South African Partnership Agreements
Finally, the partnership provides for cooperation at global level and in international organizations with a view to defining a common position and defending the common interests of both sides on global issues, such as the fight against the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, the abolition of the death penalty and the fight against terrorism. A partnership contract is probably necessary in the following circumstances: We offer an overview of what is related to the creation of a commercial partnership contract. However, examples of business partnership agreements can give you an idea of what you should include. Provide the names and contact information of the partners, the name of the business partnership and its purpose. This Communication proposes to establish a strategic partnership between the European Union (EU) and South Africa, based on the existing relations between the two sides and an enhanced political dialogue. The Joint Action Plan for the implementation of the EU-South Africa Strategic Partnership establishes the Mogôbaba Dialogue, which will cover existing areas of cooperation (development, trade, science and technology) and foster cooperation in other areas such as environment, climate change, regional policy, information and communication technologies, social affairs, education, training, culture and the fight against international crime. The cornerstone of the strategic partnership is the strengthening of political dialogue. In particular, the two sides have now agreed to meet twice a year: once at ministerial level and once at the level of Heads of State and Government. This Communication follows the conclusions of the Joint Cooperation Council of November 2004 and 2005, which recognised the need for a more coherent strategic framework between the EU and South Africa. . . .