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Agreement On Mutual Protection Of Classified Information

Depending on the damage that may be caused to the internal security of the Republic of Kazakhstan, to the interests of State bodies and organizations or to the industry of the national economy due to the unauthorized disclosure of classified information, the corresponding security classifications for holders of classified information are established: „access to classified information“ – process of knowledge of classified information of the natural person yant is the subject of the authorization; Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Government of the Russian Federation on the Mutual Protection of Classified Information, taking into account the mutual interests of the parties to the protection of classified information in accordance with the legislation of the Republic of Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation, subsequent amendments to the Agreement have been included in the original document. This consolidated version is only documentary. `security classification` means the information contained on the medium of the classified information and/or contained in the accompanying documentation, the certificate of respect for the privacy of the data contained on the medium; Considering the mutual interest in the implementation of the Agreement on the Mutual Security of Intergovernmental Secrets, adopted by the Governments of the States Parties to the Commonwealth of Independent States on the 22nd „Coordinating Body“ – the authority, the public authority responsible for coordinating the sales activities of this Agreement; data protected by the State in the field of military, external, economic, scientific and technical, intelligence, counter-espionage and operational research activities, the dissemination of which may adversely affect the security of the Russian Federation, its political or economic interests. Agreements between the EU and different countries aim to enhance the security of their respective citizens by exchanging classified information and putting in place mechanisms to ensure information security. `admission to classified information` means the procedure for recording the right of access of natural persons to classified information and to recognised bodies, at work with the use of that information; The Parties agree to strengthen cooperation on security and the exchange of classified information. They recognise that effective cooperation requires access to such information and that such exchange requires appropriate security measures. `Contract` means the agreement signed between recognised organisations, in which the transfer and/or compilation of classified information takes place. .