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The international cooperation

About the International Organization for Standardization (ISO).

On October 14, 1946, an international conference was held in London with the participation of national standardization organizations of 25 countries. It was decided to establish the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), which began its work in 1947 (after the approval of its Charter).

It is generally accepted to use the Greek word "isos" - "equal" - which is more consistent with the intention of the international standardization system, so that the abbreviation of the name of the organization does not have different forms in different languages.

The official languages ​​of ISO are English, French and Russian.

ISO is the main (first-level) consultative body of the United Nations on technical issues and a specialized international organization for standardization.

The scope of ISO's technical work includes all areas of standardization other than electrical engineering and electronics, which by agreement fall under the jurisdiction of the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).

ISO's work is decentralised. All work is done through technical committees and sub-committees organized and supported by technical secretariats in the countries. The central secretariat in Geneva participates in the coordination of ISO's work, leads the process of approval of its documents, and publishes international standards.

Today, 165 countries' national standardization bodies are members, correspondent members and subscriber members of ISO.

ISO members have the right to participate in the work of any of its technical committees, to vote on draft standards, to elect members of the ISO Council and to be represented in the General Assembly.

Correspondent members of ISO have the right to receive information about standards being developed at ISO.

Turkmenistan has been a correspondent member of ISO since 1993. This allows you to get all the new international standards in English for free.

The Turkmen national alphabet was transferred from the International Register (with 230 characters) on September 14, 2000 in Tokyo (through the INTERNET) in accordance with the ISO 2375 international standard.

ISO site


About the International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC).

One of the main international organizations for standardization, IEC was established in 1906, before ISO.

It conducts work on standardization in electrical, radioelectronic and communication systems in international relations, as well as international trade, as specified in the Statute of the IEC.

The number of member countries of the EEC is smaller than that of the ISO, which is explained by the lack or underdevelopment of electrical, radioelectronic and telecommunication sectors in developing countries. Therefore, the main place in the work of the European Economic Community is occupied by developed countries.

The supreme governing body of the IEC is the Council, which is made up of all the participating national organizations. The President (elected for a term of three years), Vice-President, Treasurer, Secretary-General are elected to the Council. All past presidents of the IEC participate in the work of the Council. There is an active committee in the Council, which considers all the issues submitted by the Council and reports to the Council on its activities and submits its decision for approval. It deals mainly with coordination between technical committees or with general questions relating to all activities of the organization.

The Council holds its meeting annually in different countries and considers all technical, organizational and financial issues in the field of IES. All decisions are taken by majority vote.

IEC standards are published in English and French.

In 1970, IEC established a certification system for electrical products in accordance with the requirements of international standards. Certification in the Electrotechnical Products Certification System is aimed at ensuring the safety of these products.

IES website

About the Interregional Association for Standardization (IAS).

After considering and discussing the proposals based on the results of the international seminar held in Ankara from September 9 to 11, 1991, with the participation of representatives of 10 standardization organizations, a decision was made to create an association between those organizations. At the same time, on September 11, 1991, the representatives of the organizations signed a protocol on the establishment of the Interregional Association for Standardization (IAS).

The purpose of the IAS is to cooperate with international and interregional organizations on standardization issues.

MAS members: Republic of Adygea (1997) observer member, Albania (1992) observer member, Republic of Azerbaijan (founding member 1991) full member, Republic of Bashkortostan (1992) observer member, Republic of Daghestan (1992) observer member, Gagauz Republic (2009) ) observer member, Georgia (founding member 1991) full member, Kabardino-Balkaria (1992) observer member, Republic of Kazakhstan (founding member 1991) full member, Kyrgyzstan (founding member 1991) full member, Krasnodar (1998) observer member, Mongolia (founding member 1991) full member, Moldova (founding member 1991) full member, Republic of Uzbekistan (founding member 1991) full member, Russian Federation (2003) observer member, Republic of Tajikistan (1992) full member, Republic of Tatarstan (founding member 1991) full member, Republic of Turkey (founding member 1991) ) full member,Turkmenistan (1992) is a full member, Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (founding member 1991) is a full member.

The official languages ​​of MAS are Turkish and Russian.

When necessary, English is used for officialization of certificates.

The General Assembly of the Association is held once a year in October-November, mainly at the location of the headquarters in Ankara, Republic of Turkey.

The meeting of the 10th General Assembly of MAS was held on November 21-23, 2000 in Ashgabat (Turkmenistan).

The work of the General Assembly was attended by the Vice-President of the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), the Minister of State of the Republic of Turkey and the heads of the national organizations of the Republic of Azerbaijan, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Republic of Tajikistan, the Republic of Turkey, the Republic of Northern Cyprus, and Turkmenistan.

In the General Assembly, issues of expanding bilateral friendly relations on standardization issues among the member states of the Interregional Association for Standardization were discussed.



About the Commonwealth of Independent States Interstate Council
for Standardization, Metrology and Certification (ICSC).

The Governments of the countries of the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS), the Russian Federation, the Republic of Azerbaijan, the Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Tajikistan, the Republic of Belarus, Turkmenistan, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Republic of Kyrgyzstan, the Republic of Ukraine, the Republic of Moldova, noting the international nature of standardization, metrology and certification, 1992- On March 13, they signed the "Agreement on Implementation of an Agreed Policy in the Field of Standardization, Metrology and Certification" and established the Interstate Council for Standardization, Metrology and Certification (ICSC).

CIS is the intergovernmental body of the CIS for developing and implementing a harmonized policy on standardization, metrology and certification.

The supreme body of the CIS is the meeting of the members of the CIS, which is held twice a year in member states.

Between parliaments, the leadership of the Council is carried out by the chairman.

Heads of national organizations for standardization, metrology and certification perform the duties of the head of the CIS in turn.

The work of the CIS is carried out in accordance with the "Regulation of the Interstate Council for Standardization, Metrology and Certification".

Organization and implementation of interstate standardization work is carried out in accordance with the "Procedures of the Interstate Council on Standardization, Metrology and Certification".

The working office of the CIS consists of a Bureau of Standards composed of a group of experts and a regional information center.

The work of the Bureau of Standards of the CIS is carried out in accordance with the "Regulation of the Bureau of Standards of the Interstate Council for Standardization, Metrology and Certification".

The CIS is recognized by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) as an Interregional Organization for Standardization (Council Resolution ISO 26/1996) along with the Euro-Asian Council for Standardization, Metrology and Certification (EASC).

Turkmenistan has been a full member of the CIS since 1992.

The Government of Turkmenistan and the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan (1996.01.16), the Government of the Republic of Armenia (1997.06.05), the Government of Georgia (1997.12.05), the Government of Ukraine (1998.01.28), the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan (2007.05.28), the Government of the Republic of Azerbaijan ( 2008.05.19), the Government of the Republic of Tajikistan (2010.03.18), the Government of the Republic of Belarus (2011.03.17) signed agreements on standardization, metrology and certification.

Also, agreements on standardization, metrology and certification were concluded between the Government of Turkmenistan and the Government of the People's Republic of China (2011.11.23), the Government of the United Arab Emirates (2013.02.16), and the Government of the Republic of Poland (2015.03.17).

An AGREEMENT ON MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING was adopted between "Turkmenstandartary" General State Service (Turkmenistan) and Austrian Standards Institute (ASI) (2011.10.13), Korea Technology and Standards Agency (2014.06.20).

The 9th meeting of the Inter-State Council of the CIS was held from April 10 to 13, 1996 in Ashgabat (Turkmenistan).

The 39th meeting of the Inter-State Council of the CIS was held from May 11 to 13, 2011 in the Avaza National Tourism Zone of Turkmenbashi (Turkmenistan).

The website of the CIS

About Euro-Asia Cooperation of State Metrology Institutions
(KOOMET).

COOMET is a cooperation organization of state metrology institutions of Central and Eastern European countries, it was established in June 1991 and in May 2000 it was named "Euro-Asian cooperation of state metrology institutions".

Currently, the metrology of Azerbaijan, Armenia, Belarus, Bulgaria, Germany (associate member), Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, KHR (associate member), Cuba (associate member), Lithuania, Moldova, Russia, Romania, Slovakia, Uzbekistan and Ukraine institutions are members of KOOMET.

The main work of KOOMET is cooperation in the following areas: standards of physical dimensions, legislative metrology, accreditation and quality management system, information and training.

SOCIETY'S OBJECTIVES:

- effective assistance in solving questions about the unity and integrity of measurements and the accuracy of their results;

- to support the development of cooperation between national economies and the elimination of technical barriers in international trade;

- Bringing together the work of the metrology services of Euro-Asian countries with the work of the parallel services of other regions.

The SOCIETY is guided by the Memorandum of Cooperation and Business Rules.

Thematic systems of KOOMET cooperation: Acoustics, ultrasound, vibration; Electricity and Magnetism; Rhodometry; Ionizing radiation and radioactivity; Length and angle; Weight and related dimensions; Photometry and Radiometry; Physico-chemistry; Thermometry and Thermophysics; Time and frequency; Standard dimensions; General questions of measurements (general metrology); Legislative Metrology, Accreditation and Quality System; Information and Information Technologies; teaching and professional development.

The highest body of KOOMET is the Committee of KOOMET, which includes the heads of state metrology institutions of KOOMET members. The Assembly of the Committee is convened at least once a year.

The Committee elects the President of KOOMET from among its members for a term of three years and one re-election. The President ensures that the Secretariat is run by the power of his national office.

The official languages ​​of KOOMET are Russian and English.

KOOMET does not have its own financial resources.

KOOMET's work is carried out in accordance with the main principles of cooperation and work of KOOMET approved in 2005 and the two-three-year program of development of KOOMET approved by the Committee of KOOMET.

One of the important conditions for the effectiveness of KOOMET's work is cooperation in all areas of work. Jointly implemented projects of cooperation form the Work Program of KOOMET.

The topic of cooperation of the countries participating in KOOMET on legislative metrology covers a wide range of issues, starting from the harmonization of national requirements for legislative metrology, testing of measuring instrument software, and control of packaged goods.

KOOMET is a regional metrology organization that successfully solves the problems set before it, being a collective forum of metrologists-professionals of the Euro-Asia region. Cooperation and its results in KOOMET help the participating countries to successfully solve the metrological problems facing the national economy under market conditions.

COOMET website