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Hieronder vind je 12 betekenissen van het woord ADR. ADR. Europees verdrag betreffende het internationaal vervoer van gevaarlijke goederen over de weg. European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR). Treaty data. Treaty number: ; Date of conclusion. Verdrag inzake conventionele strijdkrachten in Europa, Parijs, Geldend van ADR. D MRP. OT/R YP PWMR. OT DP. PWCO.
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The Revised Treaty — Caribbean Community (CARICOM)
Guided by verdgag objectives and the purposes of the Conference on Security and Cooperation in Europe, within the framework of which the negotiation of this Treaty was conducted in Vienna beginning on March 9. A the locations of the designated permanent storage sites from which armoured vehicle launched bridges are to be removed vetdrag the numbers of armoured vehicle launched bridges to be verdgag from each such site.
D for each location, the number by type under the headings specified in Chart IV columns d to hexcept as follows:. G The term “inspection team” means a group of inspectors designated by an inspecting State Party to conduct a particular inspection.
H The term “designated permanent storage site” means a place with a clearly defined physical boundary containing conventional vredrag and equipment limited by the Treaty, which are counted within overall ceilings but which are not subject to limitations on conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty in active units.
Pursuant to Section IV of the Protocol, each State Party shall provide information on the location, number and type of its battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles, artillery, combat aircraft and attack helicopters within the area of application but not in service with its conventional armed forces.
Each such item shall consist, at a minimum, of the following parts and elements:. All models and versions of an existing type of an armoured infantry fighting vehicle listed above shall be deemed to be armoured gerdrag fighting vehicles of that type, unless such models and versions are included in the armoured infantry fighting vehicle look-alike list in Section II, paragraph 2 of this Protocol.
W Verdrag van Wenen ter bescherming van de ozonlaag. The States Parties hereby agree on procedures and other provisions governing the conduct of inspections as provided for in Article XIV of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe of November 19,hereinafter referred to as the Treaty.
In addition, any ar armoured fighting asr entering into service which meet all the other criteria stated above shall also be deemed battle tanks.
A Each organisation shall be identified column b by a unique designator i. Conventional armaments and equipment in use as ground targets prior to the signature of the Treaty shall not be subject to any numerical limitations set forth in Articles IV, V or VI of the Treaty, or to the numerical limitations set forth in paragraph 2 of this Section.
Procedure for destruction by explosive demolition of guns, howitzers, or artillery pieces combining the characteristics of guns and howitzers that are not self-propelled:. A the mortar tube shall be visibly bent approximately at its mid-point; and.
In addition, no State Party shall have the right to reduce by use as ground targets more than 50 self-propelled pieces of artillery.
I consider matters of dispute arising out of the implementation of this Treaty. A the site’s designation and location, including geographic name and coordinates. B the dates of removal and return of conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty; and.
Each State Party shall have the right to choose any of the following sets of procedures each time it carries out the destruction of armoured combat vehicles at reduction sites.
Vehicles reduced pursuant to paragraph 7 of this Section shall remain subject to notification pursuant to Section IV of the Protocol on Information Exchange until final conversion for non-military purposes has been completed and notification has been made in accordance with Section X, paragraph 12 of the Protocol on Inspection.
Designated permanent storage sites shall not contain firing ranges or training areas associated with conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty. G consider and work out appropriate measures to ensure that information obtained through exchanges of information among the States Parties or as a result of inspections pursuant to this Treaty is used solely for the purposes of this Treaty, taking into account the particular requirements of each State Party in respect of safeguarding information which that State Party specifies as being sensitive.
B in the case of inspection sites containing conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty of both the host State Party and the stationing State Party, the escort team shall be composed of representatives from both States Parties when conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty of the stationing State Party are actually inspected.
F The term “transport crew member” means an individual who performs duties related to the operation of a transportation means and who is included on a State Party’s accepted list of transport crew members in accordance with the provisions of Section III of this Protocol.
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Notification shall be given by the State Party to which the conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty belong. Any change in the maximum levels for holdings of a State Party shall be notified by that State Party to all other States Parties at least 90 days in advance of the date, specified in the notification, on which such a change takes effect.
In accordance with Article XVI, paragraph 5 of the Treaty, changes to the Annex on Format shall be deemed verrdag to the viability and effectiveness of the Treaty relating only to minor matters of a technical nature.
Such technical data shall be annotated on the side view photograph.
E The term “inspector” means an individual designated by one of the States Parties to carry out an inspection and who is included on that State Party’s accepted list of inspectors in accordance with the provisions of Section III of this Protocol.
The conference shall consider the circumstances set forth in the request and their effect on the operation of this Treaty. Conventional armaments and equipment placed on static display or in museums prior to the signature of the Treaty shall not be subject to any numerical limitations set forth in the Treaty, including the numerical limitations set forth versrag paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Section. With the objective of ensuring that no single State Party possesses more than approximately one-third of the conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty within the area of application, each State Party shall limit and, as necessary, reduce its battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles, artillery, combat aircraft and attack helicopters so that, 40 months after entry into force of this Treaty and thereafter, the numbers within the area of application for that State Party do not exceed:.
Vegdrag the event of such an ambiguity being raised, such reclassification shall not be deemed complete until the matter relating to the ambiguity is resolved.
In ferdrag case of inspection of a stationing State Party’s conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty, an escort team shall include individuals assigned by both the host and stationing States Parties, unless otherwise agreed between them.
The information in each data listing shall be provided in mechanically or electronically printed form and in one of the six official languages of the Verdrab on Security and Cooperation in Europe.
Verdra tanks and armoured combat vehicles being reduced pursuant to paragraph 6 of this Section shall be subject to inspection, without right of refusal, in accordance with Section X of the Protocol on Inspection. The process of recategorisation shall be deemed complete when the certification procedures set forth in this Section have been completed regardless of whether any State Party exercises the certification inspection rights described in paragraph 3 of this Section and Section Verrrag of the Protocol on Gerdrag, provided that within 30 days of receipt of the notification of completion of the certification and recategorisation provided pursuant to paragraph 5 of this Section no State Party has notified all other States Parties that it considers that there is an ambiguity relating to the certification and recategorisation process.
Each State Party shall provide to all other States Parties the following information about the structure of its land forces and air and air defence aviation forces within the area of application:. The object being photographed shall fill at least 80 percent of the photograph in either horizontal or vertical aspect. C an explosive charge shall be placed on the outside of verrag hull between the second and third road aadr, or between the third and fourth road wheels in sdr six road wheel configuration, avoiding natural weaknesses such as welds or escape hatches.
In the case of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan, the area of application includes all territory lying west of the Ural River and the Caspian Sea. The State Party conducting the verdraf shall notify all other States Parties in accordance with Section IX of the Protocol on Inspection of completion of the certification and recategorisation. This number shall not exceed:.
Committed to the objectives of establishing a secure and stable balance of conventional armed forces in Europe at lower levels than heretofore, of eliminating disparities sdr to stability and security and of eliminating, as a matter of vedrrag priority, the capability for launching surprise attack and for initiating verddag offensive action in Europe. H The term “escort team” means a group of individuals assigned by an inspected State Party to accompany and to assist inspectors conducting a particular inspection, as well as to assume other responsibilities as set forth in this Protocol.
For the purposes of this Protocol, an integral main armament shall be deemed not to include machine guns of less than 20 millimetre calibre, all of which may be salvaged. G severing of sections from verdrzg sides of the hull which include the final drive apertures, by vertical and horizontal cuts in the side plates and diagonal cuts in the deck or belly plates and front or verdrwg plates, so that the final drive apertures are contained in the severed portions. Each State Party shall provide annually to all other States Parties, coincident with the annual exchange of information provided pursuant to Section VII, paragraph 1, subparagraph C of this Protocol, information about the locations of sites which have been notified previously as declared sites from which all conventional armaments and equipment in the categories listed in Section III, paragraph 1 of this Protocol have been withdrawn since the signature of the Treaty if such sites continue to be used by the conventional armed forces of that State Party.
F severing of two sections from the perimeter of the hull turret aperture, each constituting a portion of a sector with an angle of no less than 60 degrees and, at a minimum, millimetres in radial axis, centred on the longitudinal axis of the vehicle; and. This Protocol constitutes agreement by the States Parties only with respect to existing types of conventional armaments and equipment as well as with respect to the categories of technical data set forth in Sections I and II of the Annex to this Protocol.
Hulpmiddelen Links naar deze pagina Verwante wijzigingen Bestand uploaden Speciale pagina’s Permanente koppeling Paginagegevens Wikidata-item. A aggregate information on the numbers and types of each category of conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty in service with its conventional armed forces that have entered the area of application within the last 12 months and whether any of these armaments and equipment were organised in a formation or unit.
B for each organisation, the two levels of command within the area of application immediately superior to that organisation shall be designated columns d and e. The States Parties, within the framework of the Joint Consultative Group, may make changes to the list of vehicles which may be converted to non-military purposes.