(c) not to use such information or materials subject to this Agreement for purposes other than those defined by the author and for the purposes for which the information is provided or exchanged; (a) classified information or documents disclosed or disclosed by a Contracting Party, `the contributing Party`, the other Contracting Party, the `receiving Party`, in accordance with the principle of authorship, may be transmitted or disclosed to NATO Member States and other States which are members of the EU and which have signed the Partnership for Peace Framework Document, and, in this context: to have a valid security agreement with NATO, in line with the standards established in accordance with Articles 11 and 12. The State of Qatar adopted on Tuesday 16 January 2018) signed a security agreement with NATO at the Alliance`s headquarters in Brussels. (b) security inspection procedures shall be interpreted in such a way as to determine whether a person may have access to classified information or material, taking into account his or her loyalty, reliability and reliability. “The economy serves as the basis for our common security. But if Belarus` closest ovkS ally tries.. to destroy this base and bring the Belarusians to their knees de facto, how can we then talk about the consolidation of collective security in the OVKS region?  “True partnership is one thing and a declaration of intent is another; Agreeing to work seriously, to meet halfway, to help each other, is one thing and to take decisions on the granting of permanent residence to people who have lost their jobs, another, knowing that such access to classified information and related material, as well as the exchange of related material, requires appropriate security measures; Their remarks came after security agents in Farah province on Saturday acknowledged foreign forces` support for Afghan forces. Prior to the provision or exchange of classified information or material covered by this Agreement between the Parties, the competent security authorities as defined in Article 11 shall agree that the receiving Contracting Party is able to protect and protect the information or material subject to this Agreement in a manner consistent with the provisions to be ed pursuant to Articles 11 and 12. This security agreement constitutes the framework for the protection of the exchange of classified information as defined by the 29 Member States. These agreements are signed by NATO partner countries who wish to cooperate with NATO. .