Regulations and work mechanisms shall be determined for migrant labourers from countries with which the Great Jamahiriya has bilateral and regional agreements, in accordance with the provisions and procedures stipulated in this decree.
The member States shall communicate to implement this agreement through their competent security and police agencies, or through the channels established for this purpose.
A technical committee shall be established and comprise of representatives from the member States to oversee the implementation of this agreement. The committee shall meet on the sidelines of the meetings of ministers responsible for the inteior and public security within the Community States. It shall be responsible for the following […]:
The member States in the Community shall take effective and firm measures to prohibit all types of terrorist acts and organised crimes. They shall not allow their territories to be used as a field for the planning, organisation, or implementation of these actions or crimes. This includes working to prohibit the infiltration of individual or group terrorist or criminal elements, and prohibition […]
Assist in the following fields: 2. Combat illegal immigration and the forgery documents related thereto. 4. Secure sea and air ports. 5. Technical and scientific police. 8. Combat the illegal trafficking of narcotics and psychotropic substances and the chemical compositions thereof. 9. Secure means of air and sea travel. 13. Combat human trafficking. 14. Combat the trafficking of stolen cultural property and artifacts.
The parties shall assist one another to combat the illegal smuggling, trafficking, and consumption of drugs, and the illegal cultivation of drugs used in the production thereof. They shall take the necessary measures to monitor such to prevent the improper usage, import, export, transport, or consumption thereof […] To achieve this objective, the parties shall exert efforts and coordinate to take measures within the framework of respecting their national legislation to exchange the following: 1. Information related to techniques […] 2. Information on techniques […] 3. Results of studies in the field of detection […]
1. The parties shall increate cooperation amongst themselves in the field of combating terrorism, organised crime, drug trafficking, and illegal immigration in conformity with the stipulations of the agreement signed on […] 2. With regard to the topic of combating illegal immigration, the two parties shall work on establishing a system to monitor Libya’s land borders. It shall be assigned to Italian companies that meet the necessary technical competencies […]
1. The parties shall develop cooperation in the defence sector between the branches of the armed forces therein. This may be implemented through special agreements of understanding that organise visits by experts, trainers, and technicians, exchange military information, and perform joint maneuvers. 2. They shall also facilitate the establishment of a stronger and more expansive industrial relationship in the defence sector […]
The signatory parties shall agree, by virtue of this agreement, to establish mutual cooperation at the widest possible scope in all issues related to crime that are subject to the jurisdiction of the entity submitting the cooperation request, and at the time of its submission. Mutual cooperation in the judicial field shall include the implementation of rulings, the initial investigation of suspects, taking the statements of witnesses and experts, arresting, inspecting, and collecting items and delivering documents […]
Mutual cooperation may be refused in the following cases: a. If the party receiving the request considers it to be related to a political crime, a crime related to politics, or a crime related to fees, duties, customs, and currency exchange […]
The member States shall undertake to document the ties between the competent agencies for criminal investigation and study in each of the Community States, to provide notification – upon necessity – of any information it has related to any criminal operations committed or being prepared either inside or outside the territory of any of the member States.
The border authorities in Libya and Chad shall take all necessary measures to prevent the occurrence of crimes, ban smuggling, and monitor violators.
The member States shall undertake to exchange – within the limits of available capacities – laws, regulations, and systems related to justice and public security activities, as well as research, books, publications, pamphlets, and training films of a security nature issued by official agencies.
The member States in the Community shall undertake to exchange information and expertise that contribute to developing techniques to combat different types of crimes, and provide technical aid and guidance in all security matters, in order to achieve the desired integration within this field.
The member States in the Community shall share information and data related to all security fields, especially the following […]:
The member States shall cooperate in the fields of education, training, skills-building, and preparation of security and police cadres. They shall work on developing this cooperation between training and educational institutions of similar competency in the Community States.
To strengthen security cooperation, periodic meetings shall be convened when necessary. Field visits shall be organised between workers in security agencies in the member States across all levels, and in all activities, with the goal of becoming acquainted with the national legislation thereof.
The parties shall assist one another in the field of combatting all types of international crimes stipulated in Article (1) for these purposes. The parties may, while adhering to the national legislation thereof, provide one another with information […]
The main goal of cooperating in the fields defined in Article (1) of this agreement is achieving the following: 1. General and specialised training: The parties shall agree to increase cooperation between educational institutions and institutes, as well as specialised training in both countries, specifically in the fields of combating organised crime, terrorism and illegal immigration, and scientific police. 2. Exchange information and professional experience: – This exchange shall include the criminal techniques and means utilised by criminals, and the procedures taken to combat them. – Organise periodic meetings between the security agencies in both countries. – Each party shall inform the other of conferences, forums and symposiums it organises in security fields. 3. Technical guidance. 4. Sharing documents […]
[…] 2. With regard to the topic of combating illegal immigration, the two parties shall work on establishing a system to monitor Libya’s land borders. It shall be assigned to Italian companies that meet the necessary technical competencies […] The Italian government shall bear 50% of the expenses, while the parties shall request that the European Union bear the remaining 50%, taking into consideration the understanding at that time between the Great Jamahiriya and the European Commission. 3. The two parties shall cooperate to define initiatives, bilateral and regional, in immigrant-sending countries, in order to decrease the phenomenon of illegal immigration.
Part (2) Deport detained and arrested convicts for the purpose of implementing criminal rulings Part (3) Extradition
The competent body in each of the Community States shall allow their counterparts in the member States to look over the new crimes or criminal patterns that have arose, as well as the methods with which these crimes are being committed, and the procedures taken to penalise and reduce their occurance.
Section (3) Cooperation between judicial bodies Part (1) Sending and serving judicial and non-judicial papers and documents
1. Each State party may submit proposals to amend or revise the provisions of this agreement to the General Secretariat. 2. The General Secretariat shall be entrusted with communicating these proposals to the State parties within a period of thirty (30) consecutive days of the receipt thereof. The Presidency Board of the Community shall be responsible for reviewing these amendments and making revisions after the completion of the thirty (30) day period granted to member States.
This agreement shall temporarily enter into effect when two-thirds of the member States sign it. It shall finally enter into effect when two-thirds of the members submit ratification documents therefor to the Community’s General Secretariat.
This agreement shall be subject to ratification under the procedures in effect in the two countries. It shall enter into force […]
1. Within the framework of respect for international legitimacy, this treaty shall form the main reference for developing bilateral relations. It shall be subject to ratification in accordance with the constitutional procedures stipulated by the legal system in each party, and shall enter into force following the exchange of ratification documents […] 4. This Treaty may be amended […]
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