Eurasian Patent Organization (EAPO)

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Established following signature of T-XT9412 - Eurasian Patent Convention signed 9 Sep 1994, Moscow (Russia). Administrative Council of the Eurasian Patent Organization first met in extraordinary session on 2 Oct 1995, Geneva (Switzerland). Rules of procedure of the Administrative Council and by-laws of the Organization adopted at first full meeting of the Council, 30 Nov - 1 Dec 1995, Moscow. Membership of the Convention is open to any state which is member of the United Nations and signatory to T-XT0063 - Paris Convention for the Protection of Industrial Property, 1883 and T-XT7097 - Patent Cooperation Treaty (PCT).


Establish an inter-state system for protection of inventions in the territory of the former USSR; perform the administrative tasks associated with the functioning of the system and granting of single Eurasian patents.


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Administrative Council (meets in ordinary session annually), comprises Chairman, 2 Deputy Chairmen, a plenipotentiary representative (head of the national patent office) and a deputy representative of each contracting state. Sessions are attended by representatives of WIPO, who have the deliberative vote and, on invitation, by (non-voting) observers from other international organizations or states. Council: appoints President of E-XD6971 - Eurasian Patent Office (EAPO); recommends appointment of its Vice-Presidents; organizes permanent and ad hoc working groups 'in the practice of the Administrative Council', including Budget Working Group. The Office is both the executive body and the secretariat of the Organization. Headquarters are in Moscow (Russia), as defined in an agreement between the Organization and the Government of the Russian Federation, signed 4 Oct 1996, in force 15 Apr 1998.


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