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ARTICLE III DEFINITIONS
For the purposes of this Agreement:
a) “Defence Industry Goods and Services” means the weapons and military equipment, together with the related logistic support, and the material and service required for research, development and production of these equipments; b) "Co-operation” means activities undertaken based on the principle of reciprocity for the purposes of this Agreement by the Parties in accordance with their applicable laws and regulations; c) "Official Duty" means the duty to be determined according to this Agreement or other agreements to be concluded on the basis of this Agreement; d) “Sending State" means the State that sends personnel, material and equipment to the territory of the Receiving State in line with the purposes of this Agreement; e) “Receiving State” means the State receiving personnel, material and equipment sent by the Sending State in its territory for implementation of this Agreement; f) "Guest Personnel" means the military and/or civil officials of a Party sent to the territory of the other Party for the implementation of this Agreement; g) "Dependants" means the persons who rely on the Guest Personnel as responsible to look after them in accordance with their respective national legislation; h) “Third Party” means States, governments and international organizations or other legal persons or representatives of such States, governments and international organizations that can be co-operated with, which are not a Party of this Agreement; i) “Quality Assurance” means all activities ensuring the convenience of defence products or services to the requirements of production, performance and usage committed to the procedures, standards, norms and relevant technical specifications agreed between the Parties; j) “Classified Information, Document and Material” means any information, document or material regardless of their form or type or method of transmission, which are marked with classification mark and which require due to national security interests and in accordance with national legislation protection against unauthorized access, use or destruction; k) “Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights” means all copyright and all rights in relation to inventions (including patent rights), registered and unregistered trademarks (including service marks), registered and unregistered designs, confidential information (including trade secrets and know-how), and circular layouts, and any other rights resulting from intellectual activity in the industrial, scientific, literary and artistic fields recognised by the Parties.
ARTICLE IV CO-OPERATION FIELDS
The Parties shall co-operate in the following fields mentioned below regarding the defence industry: