JOINT COMPLIANCE AND INSPECTION COMMISSION
AGREEMENT NUMBER 2

CORRECTIONS TO THE INSPECTION PROTOCOL AND
THE MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

The Government of the United States of America, the Government of the Republic of Belarus, the Government of the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Government of the Russian Federation, and the Government of Ukraine, hereinafter referred to as the Parties,

In accordance with the Treaty Between the United States of America and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the Reduction and Limitation of Strategic Offensive Arms of July 31, 1991, hereinafter referred to as the Treaty,

To improve the viability and effectiveness of the Protocol on Inspections and Continuous Monitoring Activities Relating to the Treaty, hereinafter referred to as the Inspection Protocol, by making corrections thereto,

To improve the viability and effectiveness of the Memorandum of Understanding on the Establishment of the Data Base Relating to the Treaty, hereinafter referred to as the Memorandum of Understanding, by making corrections thereto,

Have agreed as follows:

Article One

Corrections to the Inspection Protocol

1. In the Russian of the last sentence of subparagraph 17(b) of Section V of the Inspection Protocol, the word "lyuboye" shall be superseded by the word "kakoye-libo".

2. Subparagraph 6(b) of Section VII of the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions:

    "For air bases for heavy bombers, air bases for former heavy bombers, storage facilities for heavy bombers or former heavy bombers, and training facilities for heavy bombers, heavy bombers and former heavy bombers, of types of airplanes based at the inspected facility, shall not leave the inspection site. However, test heavy bombers, information about which has been provided in accordance with subparagraph 17(b) of Section V of this Protocol, and heavy bombers of a type from none of which a long-range nuclear ALCM has been flight-tested, may leave the inspection site. For air bases for heavy bombers equipped for nuclear armaments other than long-range nuclear ALCMs, air bases for heavy bombers equipped for non-nuclear armaments, air bases for former heavy bombers, and training facilities for heavy bombers, closed vehicles and containers large enough to contain the smallest long-range nuclear ALCM of the inspected Party, covered or environmentally protected objects large enough to contain or to be a long-range nuclear ALCM of the inspected Party, and ALCMs large enough to be long-range nuclear ALCMs of the inspected Party shall not be removed from the weapons storage area."

3. Paragraph 9 of Section VII of the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provision:

    "For baseline data inspections, data update inspections, and new facility inspections, the inspectors shall have the right, subject to the provisions of paragraph 5 of Annex 6 to this Protocol, to read the data from the unique identifiers on all ICBMs for mobile launchers of ICBMs except for such ICBMs deployed in silo launchers of ICBMs and except for such ICBMs deployed on mobile launchers of ICBMs that have not returned to their restricted areas due to circumstances brought about by force majeure and for which a member of the in-country escort has specified geographic coordinates in accordance with subparagraph 12(b) of this Section."

4. Paragraph 10 of Section VII of the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provision:

    "For baseline data inspections, data update inspections, and new facility inspections, the inspection team shall have the right to confirm that ICBMs or SLBMs declared to be training models of missiles or launch canisters declared to contain training models of missiles, are training models of missiles or contain such training models of missiles, unless such items are located in silo training launchers or in silo test launchers."

5. Paragraph 15 of Section VII of the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions:

    "For test ranges, the inspection team shall have the right to inspect the entire inspection site subject to the procedures provided for in Annex 1 to this Protocol, except that for silo launchers of ICBMs located at the test range being inspected, regardless of where they are shown on the site diagram of the test range, the inspection team shall have the right to inspect, at its choice, no more than one silo launcher of ICBMs that the inspected Party declares not to contain an ICBM or a training model of a missile. Inspection of such a launcher of ICBMs shall be conducted subject to the procedures provided for in Annex 2 to this Protocol for the purpose of confirming that it does not contain an ICBM."

6. The following provision shall constitute paragraph 18 of Section VII of the Inspection Protocol:

    "Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Protocol, silo training launchers shall not be subject to inspection."

7. The first sentence of paragraph 5 of Annex 6 to the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions:

    "During baseline data inspections, data update inspections, new facility inspections, post-dispersal inspections of mobile launchers of ICBMs and their associated missiles, and conversion or elimination inspections, as well as during the conduct of continuous monitoring, inspectors or monitors shall have the right to read the data from the unique identifiers on deployed and non-deployed ICBMs for mobile launchers of ICBMs. Exceptions to the right to read the data from such unique identifiers are set forth in paragraph 9 of Section VII and paragraph 11 of Section X of this Protocol."

Article Two

Corrections to the Memorandum of Understanding

1. In the English of Section IV of the Memorandum of Understanding: for the category of data "Non-Deployed ICBMs for Mobile Launchers of ICBMs" under "USSR", the number "60" shall be superseded by the number and symbol "66**"; for the category of data "Non-Deployed ICBMs for Rail-Mobile Launchers of ICBMs" under "USSR", the number "4" shall be superseded by the number and symbol "10**"; the footnote corresponding to the symbol "**" shall read "Six non-deployed SS-24 ICBMs are reflected in these data although these missiles belong to the variant for silo launchers."

2. In the Russian of Section IV of the Memorandum of Understanding: for the category of data "Non-Deployed ICBMs for Mobile Launchers of ICBMs", under "USSR" the number "60" shall be superseded by the number and symbol "66*", and under "USA" the number and symbol "11*" shall be superseded by the number and symbol "11**"; for the category of data "Non-Deployed ICBMs for Rail-Mobile Launchers of ICBMs", under "USSR" the number "4" shall be superseded by the number and symbol "10*", and under "USA" the number and symbol "11*" shall be superseded by the number and symbol "11**"; in the existing footnote at the bottom of the page on which these data appear, "* Non-Deployed Peacekeeper ICBMs are reflected in these data although Peacekeeper has not been deployed in a mobile mode.", the symbol "*" shall be superseded by the symbol "**". The additional footnote corresponding to the symbol "*" shall read "Six non-deployed SS-24 ICBMs are reflected in these data although these missiles belong to the variant for silo launchers."

3. In Section IV of the Memorandum of Understanding: for the category of data "Training Launchers" under "USA", the number "11" shall be superseded by the number "10".

4. In the aggregate data at the beginning of paragraph (a) of Annex A to the Memorandum of Understanding: for the category of data "Training Launchers" under "MM-II", the number "4" shall be superseded by the number "3".

5. In paragraph (a) of Annex A to the Memorandum of Understanding: for the category of data "Maintenance Facility: MALMSTROM AIR FORCE BASE, MONTANA, Silo Training Launchers" under "MM-II", the number "1" shall be superseded by the number "0".

6. In the English and Russian of the aggregate data at the beginning of paragraph (b) of Annex A to the Memorandum of Understanding: for the category of data "Non-Deployed ICBMs for Mobile Launchers of ICBMs" under "SS-24 for Rail-Mobile Launcher", the number "4" shall be superseded by the number and symbol "10*"; for this same category of data under "Total", the number "60" shall be superseded by the number and symbol "66*"; the corresponding footnote shall read "Six non-deployed SS-24 ICBMs are reflected in these data although these missiles belong to the variant for silo launchers."

7. In subparagraph (a)(I) of Annex F to the Memorandum of Understanding: for the category of data "Total Length of Missile as a Unit with Launch Canister: With Front Section (meters)" under "SS-18", the number "l" of the footnote superscripted above the item of data "(38.9)" shall be superseded by the number "5". At the bottom of the page on which this item of data appears: the footnote "l Depending upon variant of type." shall be superseded by the footnote "1 For variants SS-18A and SS-18C, 28.5 m; for variant SS-18B, 29.1 m."; the additional footnote corresponding to the number "5" shall read "For variants SS-18B and SS-18C, 35.7 m; for variant SS-18A, 38.9 m."

8. Subparagraph 9(b)(iii) of Annex J to the Memorandum of Understanding shall be superseded by the following provisions:

    "At a minimum, all structures used for items declared at that facility, and the structures used to contain the support equipment declared at that facility shall be shown within the boundary of that facility on the site diagram. Additionally, all structures that are intended for, and are large enough to be used for, items or support equipment declared at that facility shall be shown within the boundary of that facility, except those structures the entrances of which are not large enough to permit passage of such items or support equipment. If such structures are below ground, the entrances shall be marked and an outline of the below-ground structure shall be shown on the site diagram. Structures shown on the site diagram shall be in the shape of the area occupied by them or the area covered by the roofs of those structures and shall be accurately shown in proper scale and orientation to other structures and features shown on the site diagram. Notwithstanding the provisions of this subparagraph or of subparagraph 9(b)(I) above, silo training launchers and silo test launchers shall be shown on the site diagram of the facility at which they are declared, either outside or within the boundary of that facility."

Article Three

This Agreement shall enter into force on the date of entry into force of the Treaty, and shall remain in force as long as the Treaty remains in force.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the undersigned, being duly authorized by their respective Governments, have signed this Agreement.

DONE at Geneva on October 23, 1992, in five copies, each in the English and Russian languages, both texts being equally authentic.

FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA:
Steven Steiner

FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF BELARUS:
Andrey Sannikov

FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKHSTAN:
Kasymzhomart Tokayev

FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION:
Gennadiy Shabannikov

FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF UKRAINE:
Konstantin Hrishchenko

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