ТИПОВОЕ СОГЛАШЕНИЕ О СОЗДАНИИ И УПРАВЛЕНИИ ПРИГРАНИЧНЫМИ ПАРКАМИ (АНГЛ.)
к Конвенции Совета
от 21.05.1980 No. 106
1.9 Model agreement
the creation and management of transfrontier parks
competent territorial authorities of...............
- aware of
the need to work together in protecting nature, landscapes and the environment
and developing the natural areas which are necessary to the quality of human
- wishing to harmonise their decisions affecting the management of
an area of outstanding value overlapping their common frontiers;
intent on preserving the area"s natural assets and landscape features and
providing the public with exceptional facilities for learning about nature and
have agreed as follows:
Parties agree that this area shall be designated
2 The park shall comprise:
. on the ..... side, the area
. on the ..... side, the area situated .....
on the ..... side, the area situated .....]
3 The precise boundaries of
the park are shown on the map which is attached to this agreement and is an
integral part thereof.
1 The Parties undertake, each in
accordance with its own laws:
- to maintain and improve the natural
landscape and its specific character;
- to protect and enrich its
natural heritage (fauna, flora, habitats);
- to take the necessary steps
to preserve the factors likely to influence the above-mentioned ecological and
physical assets of the transfrontier park and the environment;
protect and enhance the cultural heritage (whether architectural,
archaeological, rural or historical);
- to promote information,
education and reception facilities as part of a general policy for environmental
appreciation and the interpretation of the natural and cultural heritage;
- to supervise and guide the economic, social and cultural activities in the
park which further the aims stated above without transforming its character.
2 To this end, the Parties undertake to harmonise their methods of
management and to co-ordinate all development projects or improvements by means
of a comprehensive action programme leading ultimately to joint management of
the park based on a joint management plan. The Parties will promote the exchange
of information and experience.
1. A Joint Committee <25> of
..... members shall be set up, comprising: [representatives of the State as well
as regional authorities]
- ..... members from the ..... side
..... members from the ..... side
- [..... members from the .....
<25> In establishing a
Joint Committee, one can take into account the existing institutions for
2. The Joint Committee shall establish a local
Committee, whose membership shall include representatives of the States and the
regional and local authorities concerned, to take charge of implementing this
Are also included representatives of recognised private
nature conservation organisations and organisations which contribute to the
safeguarding of the landscape and the environment.
At least once a year
the local Committee shall submit a progress report to the Joint Committee with
any proposals relevant to management and development of the park.
Joint Committee may set up any other committee or working party.
Joint Committee"s terms of reference shall be:
- to ensure transfrontier
co-operation through co-ordinated implementation of the objectives listed in
Article 2 of this agreement;
- to deal with all other matters relating
to management of the park.
5. The Joint Committee shall hold ...
meetings each year. It may call in experts at these meetings.
adopts its own rules of procedure.
- The Chairmanship of the Joint
Committee shall be held alternately by a member of each national delegation; the
length of the chairman"s term of office will be laid down in the rules of
Each party shall defray the expenditure of its
own delegation to the Joint Committee.
This agreement is
concluded for a period of ... years as from its entry into force. It shall then
be automatically renewed, for a further period of ... years, unless denounced by
one of the Parties one year prior to expiry <26>.
<26> Protocols may be added, notably on
the lines of the models appended to the European Outline Convention on
Transfrontier Co-operation between Territorial Communities or Authorities.
Each Party shall notify the other of the completion of the
procedures required under its national law <27> for the implementation of the
present agreement, which shall take effect from the date of the later
agreement shall specify, providing details, where appropriate:
procedures required by the national law of Parties to the agreement which may
apply to the following questions:
- name and address of the
- precise definition of the powers assigned to the
- regulations governing decision-making methods;
reference to the public nature of deliberations;
- definition of the
relevant rules with regard to budget and estimates;
- definition of the
methods of funding projects;
- definition of the methods of amending the
rules (ie the terms of the agreement);
- definition of the methods of
admission to and withdrawal from membership;
specifications required by Community directives and regulations for access to
the structural Funds.
<28> For all other arrangements, the Parties may
refer to the general clauses for Model Inter-State Agreements appended to the
European Outline Convention on Transfrontier Co-operation between Territorial
Communities or Authorities.
Done at ....., this ..... day of ....., in
..... copies, in the ..... and ..... languages, each text being equally