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Overview of Bilateral Treaties of the Republic of Croatia by Country

Collection of International Treaties

List of international treaties and international acts concluded between the Republic of Croatia and Republic of Armenia (the)

Name of treaty/act Date of conclusion Provisional application Published in NN-MU Date of entry into force Publication of the date of entry into force Termination
Agreement between the Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Armenia for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion with respect to taxes on income 22/05/2009 13/2009 18/02/2010 9/2010
Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Croatia and the Government of the Republic of Armenia on Co-operation in the Fields of Culture, Education and Science 22/05/2009 12/2009
Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Croatia and the Government of the Republic of Armenia on mutual abolishing of visa requirements for holders of diplomatic and service passports 16/06/1997 12/97 25/12/1999 3/2000
Protocol on cooperation between the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Croatia and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Armenia 14/09/1996 14/09/1996
Establishment of diplomatic relations between the Republic of Croatia and the Republic of Armenia 08/07/1994 08/07/1994

These pages contain an overview of bilateral treaties and other international acts concluded by the Republic of Croatia with individual countries of the world to date, in alphabetical order according to the official shortened name of the country. In addition, these pages also contain  bilateral treaties or acts in force between the Republic of Croatia and countries concerned by virtue of  bilateral agreement on succession of bilateral agreements of the predecessor state, if such an agreement was reached.

Finally, it is worthwhile noting that in this overview of treaties and acts concluded between the Republic of Croatia and individual states (Bosnia Herzegovina, Italy, Hungary, Slovenia), certain multilateral, mostly trilateral treaties are also included, considering that in their nature they are more similar to bilateral than to multilateral treaties.

For each treaty or act, the following information is provided:

  • the official name;
  • date of conclusion;
  • information on a possible provisional application;
  • number of the Official Gazette of the Republic of Croatia (NN-MU) in which the text is published;
  • date of entry into force;
  • number of the Official Gazette of the Republic of Croatia (NN-MU) in which the date of entry into force is published;
  • information regarding a possible termination.

With respect to bilateral treaties or acts which the Republic of Croatia took on from the predecessor state by virtue of succession, with the information of the number of the Official Gazette of the Republic of Croatia (NN-MU) in which the list of bilateral treaties and acts taken over by virtue of succession is given, together with the official name of each treaty or act, the information on number of the Official Gazette of the predecessor state in which the text of the treaty or act taken over by virtue of succession is published and the information about its possible termination.

For additional information, please contact us at the following address:
Directorate for International Legal Affairs
Sector for International Law

phone: 01/4569 858
fax: 01/4597 477