Such cooperation shall aim, inter alia, at restructuring and modernising transport systems and networks in Russia and at developing and, where appropriate, ensuring the compatibility of transport systems with a view to establishing a more comprehensive transport system. The Parties shall cooperate to enhance the effectiveness and effectiveness of strategies and measures to combat the illicit production, supply and trafficking of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, including the prevention of the diversion of precursor chemicals, and to stimulate demand for drugs. Cooperation in this field shall be based on mutual consultation and close coordination between the Parties on objectives and actions in the various drug-related fields, shall include the exchange of training programmes and, where appropriate, technical assistance from the Community. These agreements were signed under two EU policies, namely the Stabilisation and Association Process (EAP) and the European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) for the establishment of appropriate vehicles that meet international requirements. WISHING to promote the process of regional cooperation in the fields covered by this Agreement between the countries of the former USSR in order to promote the prosperity and stability of the region, export quotas shall be opened for deliveries of Russian products within the framework of annual bilateral and intergovernmental bilateral trade and cooperation agreements, in the same way as for « supplies for the needs of the State ». its entry into force by the provisions of the Agreement on quantitative arrangements for the exchange of ECSC steel products. The time limit laid down in paragraphs 2.2 and 2.4 may be extended with the agreement of the Parties. Respect for democratic principles and human rights, as defined in particular in the Helsinki Final Act and the Charter of Paris for a New Europe, strengthens the internal and external policy of the Parties and constitutes an essential element of the partnership and of this Agreement. 2. This Title of Title V shall not be interpreted as preventing the Parties from adopting or applying measures to prevent tax evasion or avoidance, in accordance with the tax provisions of the double taxation conventions and other tax regimes or with national tax law. establish continuous and stable links between the Community and Russian economic operators in order to improve the flow of information to SMEs and to promote cross-border cooperation, in particular through access to and operation of the business cooperation network and Euro Info correspondence centres, provided that the conditions for one of these networks are fulfilled. Measures to be taken pursuant to Article 24 of this Agreement shall not affect rights or obligations under bilateral agreements between Member States and Russia where such agreements provide for more favourable treatment of nationals of Member States or of Russia.
2. Cooperation shall include, inter alia, the following areas: (4) The Parties consider it essential, in addition to establishing a relationship of partnership and cooperation between them, to maintain and develop cooperation with other European States and with the other countries of the former USSR with a view to the harmonious development of the region, and shall do everything in their power: to promote this process. In order to ensure the achievement of the objectives set out in an agreement and to facilitate cooperation, a Cooperation Council shall be established for each PCA. Cooperation in the above-mentioned areas will be based on mutual consultations and close interactions and will provide technical and administrative assistance, including: The EU mainly concludes PCAs with countries with countries that are subject to the European Neighbourhood Policy, such as the former Soviet republics and North Africa. . . .