Turkmenistan, Ashgabat, June 10 / Trend H.Hasanov /
An international treaty law entered into force this week in Turkmenistan. The law aims to define procedures for signing, executing and terminating international treaties.
The law states that international treaties are contracts signed between Turkmenistan and foreign countries and international organizations concerning issues of mutual and international relations, and establish the international rights and obligations of its participants.
The Turkmen parliament ratifies international treaties.
Based on the law, international treaties subject to ratification include:
a) Treaties on fundamental rights and freedoms;
b) Treaties on friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance;
c) Treaties on the mutual renunciation to use force or threat of force;
d) Peace treaties;
e) Treaties on Turkmenistan's borders with other states;
f) Treaties providing the need to adopt, amend or repeal Turkmen laws;
g) Treaties on defense and national security;
r) Multilateral or long-term contracts of an economic nature;
s) Treaties on interstate unions and other entities.
Parliament will also decide on the termination and suspension of international agreements and treaties ratified by Turkmenistan.