– the conclusion, where appropriate, of bilateral or multilateral agreements providing for cooperation and exchanges between public bodies, non-governmental entities and persons active in the fields of education and science, taking into account the need for flexibility and wider use of existing agreements and agreements, the publication of articles in appropriate journals aimed at publicize the main achievements and innovations and at the compa between the participating States; In the field of human rights and fundamental freedoms, participating States shall act in accordance with the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. They will also fulfil their obligations under relevant international declarations and agreements, including, inter alia, international human rights treaties to which they may be bound. to include, where appropriate, organisations, undertakings and undertakings in their country, arbitration clauses in commercial contracts and industrial cooperation contracts or in special agreements; – promote direct contacts and communication between persons working in the field of education and science”, including those based on specific agreements or understandings, where appropriate. However, the Helsinki Accords were not binding, as they did not have the status of a treaty to be ratified by parliaments.  Sometimes the term “Helsinki Pact(s)” has also been used informally.  recommends that publishers also take into account the request of other participating States when determining the volume of expenditure and that, where possible, distribution organisations in importing countries should be granted, by mutual agreement between the partners concerned, sales rights in other participating countries; The participating States note, with due regard to the above-mentioned principles, and in particular the first sentence of the tenth principle “Performance of any obligation under international law in good faith”, that this Declaration does not affect their rights and obligations, nor the corresponding treaties and agreements. . . .