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  1. Belarus - International social security agreements - International agreement

    Agreement between the Republic of Latvia and Belarus on the cooperation in the field of social security. - Legislation on-line

    Adoption: 2008-02-29 | Date of entry into force: 2010-09-28 | INT-2008-IA-98125

  2. Belarus - International social security agreements - International agreement

    Agreement between the Republic of Belarus and the Russian Federation on cooperation in the field of social security. Done at Saint Petersburg on 24 January 2006.

    Adoption: 2006-01-24 | INT-2006-IA-74400

    Contains provisions on maternity benefits, unemployment benefits, old age, disability and survivors benefits, benefits in the event of occupational disease or accident, and family benefits.

  3. Belarus - International social security agreements - International agreement

    Agreement of 4 February 1999 between the Republic of Lithuania and the Republic of Belarus on social security. Done at Minsk.

    Adoption: 1999-02-04 | INT-1999-IA-54155

    Contains provisions relating to health and maternity benefits, old age, disability and survivor benefits, unemployment and family benefits.

  4. Belarus - International social security agreements - International agreement

    Agreement of 14 December 1995 between the Government of Belarus and the Government of Ukraine on guarantees of rights of citizens in the field of pension insurance. (Text No. 333)

    Adoption: 1995-12-14 | INT-1995-IA-45113

    Ratified by Regulations No. 293 of 16 May 1996. Concerns the following benefits: old age and disability benefits, pension for length of service and pension in the event of loss of the main wage-earner of the family. Provides for cooperation between competent bodies.

  5. Belarus - International social security agreements - International agreement

    Agreement of 12 September 1995 between the Government of Belarus and the Government of Moldova on guarantees of rights for citizens in the field of pension insurance. (Text No. 344)

    Adoption: 1995-09-12 | INT-1995-IA-45112

    Ratified by Regulations No. 292 of 16 May 1996.

  6. Belarus - International social security agreements - International agreement

    Agreement of partnership and cooperation between the European Community and its member States and the Republic of Belarus(Text No. 2).

    Adoption: 1995-04-12 | INT-1995-IA-43974

    Provides for general rules of cooperation with the European Community, inter alia conditions of work in commercial and investment fields and non-discrimination against workers. Establishes coordination of social security systems for workers.

  7. Belarus - International social security agreements - International agreement

    Agreement of 14 April 1994 between Lithuania and Belarus on guarantees of citizens' rights in the field of pension insurance (Text No. 67).

    Adoption: 1994-04-14 | INT-1994-IA-46492

    Concerns disability and old age benefits, pensions for length of service and pensions in case of loss of the wage earner. Citizens of both countries are granted the same rights in the field of pension insurance. Provides for realization of pension insurance and administrative cooperation.

  8. Belarus - International social security agreements - International agreement

    Agreement on guarantees of rights of citizens of participant States of the Commonwealth of Independent States in the sphere of pension provisions concluded in Moscow on 13 March 1992.

    Adoption: 1992-03-13 | INT-1992-IA-35728

    Provides for the protection of pensions of citizens of participants States of the Commonwealth of Independent States and their families, including military servicemen of the armed forces. English translation available.


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