JOINT COMPLIANCE AND INSPECTION COMMISSION
AGREEMENT NUMBER 40

CHANGES TO ANNEX 8 TO THE INSPECTION PROTOCOL 

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,

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, Have agreed as follows:

Article One
  1. Subsection A of Section I of Annex 8 to the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions: 
    "A. For the United States of America: 1. Linear Measurement Devices (quantity for each inspection team): 
      (a) 5 30-meter measuring tapes;
      (b) 10 3-meter measuring tapes;
      (c) 2 3-meter measuring sticks;
      (d) 10 Plumb bobs
      (e) 2 Plumb bob cords;
      (f) 10 Plumb bob targets;
      (g) 1 Roll of tape; and
      (h) 1 Inspection suitcase.
    2. Camera Equipment (quantity for each inspection team): 
      (a) 2 Cameras with flash;
      (b) 1 Lens;
      (c) 1 Flash;
      (d) 1 Exposure meter;
      (e) 1 Spare film back for camera;
      (f) 1 Tripod;
      (g) 1 Cable release;
      (h) 8 Packs of photographic film;
      (i) 10 Spare batteries for cameras, flash, and exposure meter;
      (j) 1 Range rod point;
      (k) 1 Camera case;
      (l) 1 Package of lens tissue;
      (m) 1 Lens brush;
      (n) 1 2.5 meter range rod; and
      (o) 2 Lens filters--one ultraviolet haze, one amber.
    3. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspector): 
      (a) 1 Flashlight (safety approved), with spare batteries and spare bulb;
      (b) 1 Magnetic compass;
      (c) 1 Pocket calculator with spare batteries;
      (d) 1 Roll of tamper-indicating tape seals;
      (e) 1 Thermoluminescent dosimeter; and
      (f) 1 Ionization dosimeter.
    4. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspection team); 
      (a) 2 Ionization dosimeter charger units;
      (b) 2 Satellite system receiver sets, each provided by the inspected Party and consisting of the followng: 
      1. 1 Portable receiver; 
      2. 1 Direct current adapter (external); 
      3. 16 Spare batteries; 
      4. 1 Battery holder; 
      5. 1 Rechargeable nickel-cadmium battery pack; 
      6. 1 External antenna with cable and antenna installation kit; 
      7. 2 Instruction manuals, one in English and one in Russian; 
      8. 1 Container; and 
      9. 1 Equipment bag. 
      (c) Set of radiation detection equipment consisting of the following: 
      1. 2 Neutron detectors, including preamplifiers with signal/power cables (counting time - 150 seconds); 
      2. 2 Electronic counters with instruction manual; 
      3. 10 Plastic bags for weather protection; 
      4. 1 Americium-241-Lithium neutron source for calibration, emitting approximately 3000 neutrons per second, precalibrated by the inspecting Party; 
      5. 1 Tool kit; 
      6. 30 Spare batteries, miscellaneous sizes; 
      7. 1 Stand for neutron detector; 
      8. 1 Measuring tape; 
      9. 2 Battery-powered lights; 
      10. 3 Programmable calculators, with instruction manual; 
      11. 2 Thermometers; 
      12. 1 Stand for calibration source; and 
      13. 4 Instruction manuals, two in English and two in Russian." 
2. Subsection A of Section II of Annex 8 to the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions: 
    "A. For the United States of America: 
    1. Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspector:) 
      (a) 1 3-meter measuring tape;
      (b) 1 Flashlight (safety approved), with spare batteries and spare bulb;
      (c) 1 Pocket calculator with spare batteries;
      (d) 1 Magnetic compass;
      (e) 1 Roll of tamper-indicating tape seals;
      (f) 1 Thermoluminescent dosimeter; and
      (g) 1 Ionization dosimeter. 
    2. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspection team): 
      (a) 2 Ionization dosimeter charger units;
      (b) 2 Satellite system receiver sets, each provided by the inspected Party and consisting of the followng: 
      1. 1 Portable receiver; 
      2. 1 Direct current adapter (external); 
      3. 16 Spare batteries; 
      4. 1 Battery holder; 
      5. 1 Rechargeable nickel-cadmium battery pack; 
      6. 1 External antenna with cable and antenna installation kit; 
      7. 2 Instruction manuals, one in English and one in Russian; 
      8. 1 Container; and 
      9. 1 Equipment bag. 
      (c) Set of radiation detection equipment consisting of the following: 
      1. 2 Neutron detectors, including preamplifiers with signal/power cables (counting time - 150 seconds); 
      2. 2 Electronic counters with instruction manual; 
      3. 10 Plastic bags for weather protection; 
      4. 1 Americium-241-Lithium neutron source for calibration, emitting approximately 3000 neutrons per second, precalibrated by the inspecting Party; 
      5. 1 Tool kit; 
      6. 30 Spare batteries, miscellaneous sizes; 
      7. 1 Stand for neutron detector; 
      8. 1 Measuring tape; 
      9. 2 Battery-powered lights; 
      10. 3 Programmable calculators, with instruction manual; 
      11. 2 Thermometers; 
      12. 1 Stand for calibration source; and 
      13. 4 Instruction manuals, two in English and two in Russian." 
3. Subsection A of Section III of Annex 8 to the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions: 
    "A. For the United States of America: 
    1. Linear Measurement Devices (quantity for each inspection team): 
    (a) 3 Measuring tape clamps;
    (b) 2 Tape tensioning scales;
    (c) 2 Magnifying glasses;
    (d) 2 Hand levels;
    (e) 2 String line levels;
    (f) 2 Calipers with micrometer screw;
    (g) 2 Combbination squares;
    (h) 5 30-meter measuring tapes;
    (i) 10 3-meter measuring tapes;
    (j) 2 3-meter measuring sticks;
    (k) 3 Plumb bobs;
    (l) 1 Plumb bob cord;
    (m) 10 Plumb targets;
    (n) 3 Rolls of tape;
    (o) 3 Log books;
    (p) 2 Rod levels;
    (q) 2 2.5-meter range rods; and
    (r) 1 Triipod. 
    2. Camera Equipment (quantity for each inspection team): 
      (a) 2 Cameras with flash;
      (b) 1 Lens;
      (c) 1 Flash;
      (d) 1 Exposure meter;
      (e) 1 Spare film back for camera;
      (f) 1 Tripod;
      (g) 1 Cable release;
      (h) 8 Packs of photographic film;
      (i) 10 Spare batteries for cameras, flash, and exposure meter;
      (j) 1 Range rod point;
      (k) 1 Camera case;
      (l) 1 Package of lens tissue;
      (m) 1 Lens brush;
      (n) 1 2.5 meter range rod; and
      (o) 2 Lens filters--one ultraviolet haze, one amber. 
    3. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspector): 
      (a) 1 Flashlight (safety approved), with spare batteries and spare bulb;
      (b) 1 Magnetic compass;
      (c) 1 Pocket calculator with spare batteries;
      (d) 1 Roll of tamper-indicating tape seals;
      (e) 1 Thermoluminescent dosimeter; and
      (f) 1 Ionization dosimeter. 
    4. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspection team); 
      (a) 2 Ionization dosimeter charger units. 
    5. Weighing Devices (as agreed by the Parties within the framework of the Joint Compliance and Inspection Commission for the purpose of confirming the launch weight of an ICBM or SLBM of a new type)." 
4. Subsection A of Section IV of Annex 8 to the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions: 
    "A. For the United States of America: 
    1. Linear Measurement Devices (quantity for each inspection team): 
      (a) 3 Measuring tape clamps;
      (b) 2 Tape tensioning scales;
      (c) 2 Magnifying glasses;
      (d) 2 Hand levels;
      (e) 2 String line levels;
      (f) 2 Calipers with micrometer screw;
      (g) 2 Combination squares;
      (h) 5 30-meter measuring tapes;
      (i) 10 3-meter measuring tapes;
      (j) 2 3-meter measuring sticks;
      (k) 3 Plumb bobs;
      (l) 1 Plumb bob cord;
      (m) 10 Plumb targets;
      (n) 3 Rolls of tape;
      (o) 3 Log books;
      (p) 2 Rod levels;
      (q) 2 2.5-meter range rods; and
      (r) 1 Triipod. 
    2. Camera Equipment (quantity for each inspection team): 
      (a) 2 Cameras with flash;
      (b) 1 Lens;
      (c) 1 Flash;
      (d) 1 Exposure meter;
      (e) 1 Spare film back for camera;
      (f) 1 Tripod;
      (g) 1 Cable release;
      (h) 8 Packs of photographic film;
      (i) 10 Spare batteries for cameras, flash, and exposure meter;
      (j) 1 Range rod point;
      (k) 1 Camera case;
      (l) 1 Package of lens tissue;
      (m) 1 Lens brush;
      (n) 1 2.5 meter range rod; and
      (o) 2 Lens filters--one ultraviolet haze, one amber. 
    3. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspector): 
      (a) 1 Flashlight (safety approved), with spare batteries and spare bulb;
      (b) 1 Magnetic compass;
      (c) 1 Pocket calculator with spare batteries;
      (d) 1 Roll of tamper-indicating tape seals;
      (e) 1 Thermoluminescent dosimeter; and
      (f) 1 Ionization dosimeter. 
    4. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspection team); 
      (a) 2 Ionization dosimeter charger units; and
      (b) Set of radiation detection equipment consisting of the following: 
      1. 2 Neutron detectors, including preamplifiers with signal/power cables (counting time - 150 seconds); 
      2. 2 Electronic counters with instruction manual; 
      3. 10 Plastic bags for weather protection; 
      4. 1 Americium-241-Lithium neutron source for calibration, emitting approximately 3000 neutrons per second, precalibrated by the inspecting Party; 
      5. 1 Tool kit; 
      6. 30 Spare batteries, miscellaneous sizes; 
      7. 1 Stand for neutron detector; 
      8. 1 Measuring tape; 
      9. 2 Battery-powered lights; 
      10. 3 Programmable calculators, with instruction manual; 
      11. 2 Thermometers; 
      12. 1 Stand for calibration source; and 
      13. 4 Instruction manuals, two in English and two in Russian." 
Article Two
1. Subsection B of Section I of Annex 8 to the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions:
"B. For the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics: 
1. Linear Measurement Devices (quantity for each inspection team):
(a) 5 30-meter measuring tapes;
(b) 5 5-meter measuring tapes;
(c) 2 3-meter measuring sticks;
(d) 4 Plumb bobs;
(e) 2 Plumb bob cords;
(f) 4 Plumb bob targets;
(g) 1 Roll of tape; and
(h) 1 Inspection suitcase.
2. Camera Equipment (quantity for each inspection team);
(a) 2 Cameras with flash;
(b) 1 Tripod
(c) 1 Exposure meter;
(d) 1 Lens;
(e) 1 Flash;
(f) 1 Spare film back for camera;
(g) 1 Cable release;
(h) 2 Packs of photographic film;
(i) 10 Spare batteries for cameras, flash, and exposure meter;
(j) 1 Range rod point;
(k) 1 Camera case;
(l) 1 Package of lens tissue;
(m) 1 Lens brush;
(n) 1 3-meter range rod; and
(o) 2 Lens filters--one ultraviolet haze, one amber.
3. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspector):
(a) 1 Flashlight (safety approved), with spare batteries and spare bulb;
(b) 1 Magnetic compass;
(c) 1 Pocket calculator with spare batteries;
(d) 1 Roll of tamper-indicating tape seals;
(e) 1 Ruler; and
(f) 1 Thermoluminescent dosimeter
4. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspection team):
(a) 2 Satellite system receiver sets provided by the inspected Party, each consisting of the following:
(i) 1 Portable receiver;
(ii)1 Direct current adapter (external);
(iii)16Spare batteries;
(iv)1 Battery holder;
(v) 1 Rechargeable nickel-cadmium battery pack;
(vi)1 External antenna with cable and antenna installation kit;
(vii)2 Instruction manuals, one in English and one in Russian;
(viii)1Container; and
(ix)1 Equipment bag.
(b) Set of radiation detection equipment consisting of the following:
(i) 1 Neutron detector, including preamplifier with signal/power cables (counting time -1000 seconds or 150 seconds);
(ii)1 Registering device;
(iii)1 Americium-241-Lithium neutron source for calibration, emitting approximately 3000 neutrons per second, precalibrated by the inspecting Party;
(iv)1 Charging unit;
(v) 1 Spare rechargeable battery;
(vi)1 Measuring tape;
(vii)1 Battery-powered light;
(viii)1Stand for neutron detector;
(ix)1 Calculator;
(x) 1 Stand for calibration source;
(xi)2 Instruction manuals, one in English and one in Russian." 
2. Subsection B of Section II of Annex 8 to the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions:
"B. For the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics:
1. Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspector):
(a) 1 5-meter measuring tape;
(b) 1 Flashlight (safety approved), with spare batteries and spare bulb;
(c) 1 Magnetic compass;
(d) 1 Pocket calculator with spare batteries;
(e) 1 Roll of tamper-indicating tape seals;
(f) 1 Ruler;
(g) 1 Thermoluminescent dosimeter;
(h) 1 Curvometer; and
(i) 1 Pair of dividers.
2. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspection team):
(a) 2 Satellite system receiver sets provided by the inspected Party, each consisting of the following:
(i) 1 Portable receiver;
(ii)1 Direct current adapter (external);
(iii)16Spare batteries;
(iv)1 Battery holder;
(v) 1 Rechargeable nickel-cadmium battery pack;
(vi)1 External antenna with cable and antenna installation kit;
(vii)2 Instruction manuals, one in English and one in Russian;
(viii)1Container; and
(ix)1 Equipment bag.
(b) Set of radiation detection equipment consisting of the following:
(i) 1 Neutron detector, including preamplifier with signal/power cables (counting time -1000 seconds or 150 seconds);
(ii)1 Registering device;
(iii)1 Americium-241-Lithium neutron source for calibration, emitting approximately 3000 neutrons per second, precalibrated by the inspecting Party;
(iv)1 Charging unit;
(v) 1 Spare rechargeable battery;
(vi)1 Measuring tape;
(vii)1 Battery-powered light;
(viii) 1 Stand for neutron detector;
(ix)1 Calculator;
(x) 1 Stand for calibration source;
(xi)2 Instruction manuals, one in English and one in Russian."
3. Subsection B of Section III of Annex 8 to the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions:
"B. For the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics:
1. Linear Measurement Devices (quantity for each inspection team):
(a) 5 30-meter measuring tapes;
(b) 5 5-meter measuring tapes;
(c) 2 3-meter measuring sticks;
(d) 4 Plumb bobs;
(e) 2 Plumb bob cords;
(f) 4 Plumb bob targets;
(g) 1 Roll of tape; and
(h) 1 Inspection suitcase.
2. Camera Equipment (quantity for each inspection team):
(a) 2 Cameras with flash;
(b) 1 Tripod;
(c) 1 Exposure meter;
(d) 1 Lens;
(e) 1 Flash;
(f) 1 Spare film back for camera;
(g) 1 Cable release;
(h) 2 Packs of photographic film;
(i) 10 Spare batteries for cameras, flash, and exposure meter;
(j) 1 Range rod point;
(k) 1 Camera case;
(l) 1 Package of lens tissue;
(m) 1 Lens brush;
(n) 1 3-meter range rod; and
(o) 2 Lens filters--one ultraviolet haze, one amber.
3. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspector):
(a) 1 Flashlight (safety approved), with spare batteries and spare bulb;
(b) 1 Magnetic compass;
(c) 1 Pocket calculator with spare batteries;
(d) 1 Roll of tamper-indicating tape seals;
(e) 1 Ruler; and
(f) 1 Thermoluminescent dosimeter.
4. Weighing device (as agreed by the Parties within the framework of the Joint Compliance and Inspection Commission for the purpose of confirming the launch weight of an ICBM or SLBM of a new type)."
4. Subsection B of Section IV of Annex 8 to the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions:
"B. For the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics:
1. Linear Measurement Devices (quantity for each inspection team):
(a) 5 30-meter measuring tapes;
(b) 5 5-meter measuring tapes;
(c) 2 3-meter measuring sticks;
(d) 4 Plumb bobs;
(e) 2 Plumb bob cords;
(f) 4 Plumb bob targets;
(g) 1 Roll of tape; and
(h) 1 Inspection suitcase.
2. Camera Equipment (quantity for each inspection team):
(a) 2 Cameras with flash;
(b) 1 Tripod;
(c) 1 Exposure meter;
(d) 1 Lens;
(e) 1 Flash;
(f) 1 Spare film back for camera;
(g) 1 Cable release;
(h) 2 Packs of photographic film;
(i) 10 Spare batteries for camera, flash, and exposure meter;
(j) 1 Range rod point;
(k) 1 Camera case;
(l) 1 Package of lens tissue;
(m) 1 Lens brush;
(n) 1 3-meter range rod; and
(o) 2 Lens filters--one ultraviolet haze, one amber.
3. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspector):
(a) 1 Flashlight (safety approved), with spare batteries and spare bulb;
(b) 1 Magnetic compass;
(c) 1 Pocket calculator with spare batteries;
(d) 1 Roll of tamper-indicating tape seals;
(e) 1 Ruler; and
(f) 1 Thermoluminescent dosimeter.
4. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspection team):
(a) Set of radiation detection equipment consisting of the following:
(i) 1 Neutron detector, including preamplifier with signal/power cables (counting time -1000 seconds or 150 seconds);
(ii)1 Registering device;
(iii)1 Americium-241-Lithium neutron source for calibration, emitting approximately 3000 neutrons per second, precalibrated by the inspecting Party;
(iv)1 Charging unit;
(v) 1 Spare rechargeable battery;
(vi)1 Measuring tape;
(vii)1 Battery-powered light;
(viii) 1 Stand for neutron detector;
(ix)1 Calculator;
(x) 1 Stand for calibration source;
(xi)2 Instruction manuals, one in English and one in Russian."
5. Subsection B of Section V of Annex 8 to the Inspection Protocol shall be superseded by the following provisions:
"B. For the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics:
1. Linear Measurement Devices (quantity for each inspection team):
(a) 5 30-meter measuring tapes;
(b) 5 5-meter measuring tapes;
(c) 2 3-meter measuring sticks;
(d) 4 Plumb bobs;
(e) 2 Plumb bob cords;
(f) 4 Plumb bob targets;
(g) 1 Roll of tape; and
(h) 1 Inspection suitcase.
2. Camera Equipment (quantity for each inspection team):
(a) 2 Cameras with flash;
(b) 1 Tripod;
(c) 1 Exposure meter;
(d) 1 Lens;
(e) 1 Flash;
(f) 1 Spare film back for camera;
(g) 1 Cable release;
(h) 2 Packs of photographic film;
(i) 10 Spare batteries for cameras, flash, and exposure meter;
(j) 1 Range rod point;
(k) 1 Camera case;
(l) 1 Package of lens tissue;
(m) 1 Lens brush;
(n) 1 3-meter range rod; and
(o) 2 Lens filters--one ultraviolet haze, one amber.
3. Other Portable Equipment (quantity for each inspector):
(a) 1 Flashlight (safety approved), with spare batteries and spare bulb;
(b) 1 Magnetic compass;
(c) 1 Pocket calculator with spare batteries;
(d) 1 Roll of tamper-indicating tape seals;
(e) 1 Ruler; and
(f) 1 Thermoluminescent dosimeter.
4. Engineering Site Survey Equipment:
(a) 2 Theodolites, levels, measuring sticks, and level markers;
(b) 2 Photo-range finders and reflectors;
(c) 10 Measuring tapes or tape measures, two of each length (2, 3, 10, 30, and 100 meter);
(d) 1 Field laboratory (portable) for water sampling;
(e) 1 Digital multimeter;
(f) 2 Avometers;
(g) 1 Photometer;
(h) Topographic maps, as required;
(i) 1 Fence vibration meter;
(j) 1 Magnetograph;
(k) 1 Oscillograph;
(l) 1 Portable computer;
(m) 1 Portable copier;
(n) 2 Cameras with flash; and
(o) Hand Tools (hammers, pliers, screwdrivers, etc.) and expendable materials as required."
Article Three 

This Agreement shall enter into force on the date of its signature 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 June 17, 1997, 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:
Stanislav Ogurtsov
 

FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE REPUBLIC OF KAZAKSTAN:
Kairtay Zhanbatyrov
 

FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF THE RUSSIAN FEDERATION:
Anton Vasil'yev
 

FOR THE GOVERNMENT OF UKRAINE:
Konstantin Hrishchenko 
 
 
 

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