2. The further processing of personal data by a Contracting Party shall not be incompatible with the purposes for which they were transmitted. Compatible processing includes processing in accordance with the provisions of existing international agreements and a written international framework for preventing, detecting, investigating or prosecuting serious crime. The processing of personal data by other national law enforcement, regulatory or administrative authorities shall comply with the other provisions of this Agreement. RECOGNISING that certain existing arrangements between the Parties concerning the processing of personal data establish that such agreements provide an adequate level of data protection within the framework of such agreements, the Parties reaffirm that this Agreement should not be interpreted in such a way as to modify, conditionally or reject such agreements; Noting, however, that the judicial review obligations set out in Article 19 of this Agreement would apply to all transmissions falling within the scope of this Agreement, without prejudice to the future consideration or modification of such arrangements, in accordance with their terms, 3. Where the Parties or the United States and a Member State have concluded another agreement the subject matter of which also falls within the scope of this Agreement and which provides for joint verifications, such joint verifications may not be duplicated and, where appropriate, their conclusions on the results of the joint revision of this Agreement may not be duplicated. The agreement provides for a series of safeguards for personal data when exchanged between police and criminal justice services, including: WHO launches comprehensive efforts to end TB by 2030Other agreements signed between India and GermanyThe two sides have signed other agreements within the framework of bilateral German-Indian development cooperation: -Manipur • The loan agreement was signed for the “Community based sustainable Forest Management – Component I” project. Manipur “was signed with KfW, Germany, for a loan of 15 million euros. • The project aims to restore degraded forests in upper river basins, conserve water resources and improve the livelihoods of forest-dependent rural tribal populations in the project area. Madhya Pradesh • India and Germany have signed the loan agreement for the Madhya Pradesh Urban Sanitation and Environment Programme project of €50 million in the form of a reduced loan and €2.5 million in the form of a grant.
• The project aims to improve water, sanitation and sanitation facilities, as well as improve surface drainage systems for flood protection in selected cities in Madhya Pradesh. Odisha• The loan agreement was signed for the €55 million project “Sustainable Development of Urban Infrastructure Odisha – Phase II” in the form of a €2 million reduced-rate loan. • The project aims to improve urban infrastructure by linking it to the government`s priority. Maharashtra• The two parties also signed the loan agreement for the €12 million “Green Energy Corridor – Intra-State Transmission System in Maharashtra” project in the form of a reduced-rate loan. . . .