Sidor som bilder
PDF
ePub

Armed Forces to participate in the Multinational Force and Ob servers.

(2) The Congress declares that the participation of the military personnel of other countries in the Multinational Force and Obseryers is essential to maintain the international character of the peacekeeping function in the Sinai: Accordingly

(A) before the President assigns or details members of the United States Armed Forces to the Multinational Force and Observers, he shall notify the Congress of the names of the other countries that have agreed to provide military personnel for the Multinational Force and Observers, the number of military personnel to be provided by each country, and the functions to be performed by such personnel; and

(B) if a country withdraws from the Multinational Force and Observers with the result that the military personnel of less than four foreign countries remain, every possible effort must be made by the United States to find promptly a country to re

place that country. (3) Members of the United States Armed Forces, and United States civilian personnel, who are assigned, detailed or otherwise provided to the Multinational Force and Observers may perform only those functions or responsibilities which are specified for United Nations Forces and Observers in the Treaty of Peace and in accordance with the Protocol.

(4) The number of members of the United States Armed Forces who are assigned or detailed by the United States Government to the Multinational Force and Observers may not exceed 1,200 at

any one tipect to the zed to provide sta

(b) Subject to the limitations contained in this resolution, the President is authorized to provide, under such terms and conditions as he may determine, United States civilian personnel to par. ticipate as observers in the Multinational Force and Observers.

(c) The status of United States Government personnel assigned to the Multinational Force and Observers under subsection (a)(1) or (b) of this section shall be as provided in section 629 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961.

UNITED STATES CONTRIBUTIONS TO COSTS SEC. 4.3 (a) In accordance with the agreement set forth in the exchanges of letters between the United States and Egypt and between the United States and Israel which were signed on August 3, 1981, the United States share of the costs of the Multinational Force and Observers

(1) shall not exceed 60 percent of the budget for the expenses connected with the establishment and initial operation of the Multinational Force and Observers during the period ending September 30, 1982; and

(2) shall not exceed 3343 percent of the budget for the annual operating expenses of the Multinational Force and Ob

servers for each financial year beginning after that date. (b)(1) There are authorized to be appropriated to the President to carry out chapter 6 of part II of the Foreign Assistance Act of

322 U.S.C. 3423.

1961, in addition to amounts otherwise available to carry out that chapter, $125,000,000 for the fiscal year 1982 for use in paying the United States contribution to the budget of the Multinational Force and Observers. Amounts appropriated under this subsection 4 are authorized to remain available until ex pended.

(2) Expenditures made pursuant to section 138 of the joint resolution entitled “Joint Resolution making continuing appropriations for the fiscal year 1982, and for other purposes", approved October 1, 1981 (Public Law 97–51), or pursuant to any subsequent corresponding provision applicable to the fiscal year 1982, shall be charged to the appropriation authorized by this subsection.

(c) Unless required by law, reimbursements to the United States by the Multinational Force and Observers shall be on the basis of identifiable costs actually incurred as a result of requirements im. posed by the Multinational Force and Observers, and shall not include administrative surcharges.

NONREIMBURSED COSTS Sec. 5.5 (a) Any agency of the United States Government is authorized to provide administrative and technical support and services to the Multinational Force and Observers, without reimbursement and upon such terms and conditions as the President may direct, when the provision of such support or services would not result in significant incremental costs to the United States,

(b) The provision by the United States to the Multinational Force and Observers under the authority of this resolution or any other law of any property, support, or services, including the provision of military and civilian personnel under section 3 of this resolution, on other than a reimbursable basis, shall be kept to a minimum.

(c) The President may provide military training to members of the armed forces of other countries participating in the Multinational Force and Observers.

REPORTS TO THE CONGRESO Sec. 6.7 (a) Not later than April 30, 1922, the President sha'! transmit to the Speaker of the House of Pepresentatives, and to the chairman of the Committee on Foreign Pations of the sam, a detailed written report with respect to the period ending two weeks prior to wat date which contains the formation & ad in subsection ).

(b) Not latar tan January 115 of teach year ginning in 1942), the President sa trust it to the Spezcer of the 1984 of 1. resentatives, and to the l'armari yi ti "Title ou furtigt is lations of the Senate, a written report when der

"Sec 13o' pupir ar

animum byggepravu fv *ma Viar i #dut' ? provided 5121 militur i armupalviu lur ye "ljuk. Ho Na Multiwa kwa vium Observers. I 622 11.6.0 24

Pursuant to Executive Enter 126 time to furretumu burud du triat et wete delegated to the rest of our sur une **Turun Havent Wat t e bo consult witt tre mer ur OOMEN *****

ok We SHBU AU bo i misis all! to the Presiden for training Ure htiare au uw tale ole tema uuve again ay propria IT Exer la tornatuliing

(1) the activities performed by the Multinational Force and Observers during the preceding year;

(2) the composition of the Multinational Force and Observ. ers, including a description of the responsibilities and deploy. ment of the military personnel of each participating country;

(3) all costs incurred by the United States Government (including both normal and incremental costs), set forth by category, which are associated with the United States relationship with the Multinational Force and Observers and which were incurred during the preceding fiscal year (whether or not the United States was reimbursed for those costs), specifically including but not limited to

(A) the costs associated with the United States units and personnel participating in the Multinational Force and Observers (including salaries, allowances, retirement and other benefits, transportation, housing, and operating and maintenance costs), and

(B) the identifiable costs relating to property, support, and services provided by the United States to the Multinational Force and Observers; (4) the costs which the United States Government would have incurred in maintaining in the United States those United States units and personnel participating in the Multinational Force and Observers;

(5) amounts received by the United States Government from the Multinational Force and Observers as reimbursement;

(6) the types of property, support, or services provided to the Multinational Force and Observers by the United States Gov. ernment, including identification of the types of property, support, or services provided on a nonreimbursable basis; and

(7) the results of any discussions with Egypt and Israel regarding the future of the Multinational Force and Observers

and its possible reduction or elimination. (c)(1) The reports required by this section shall be as detailed as possible.

(2) The information pursuant to subsection (b)(3) shall, in the case of costs which are not identifiable, be set forth with reasonable accuracy.

(3) The information with respect to any administrative and technical support and services provided on a nonreimbursed basis under section 5(a) of this resolution shall include a description of the types of support and services which have been provided and an estimate of both the total costs of such support and services and the incremental costs incurred by the United States with respect to such support and services.

STATEMENTS OF CONGRESSIONAL INTENT SEC. 7.8 (a) Nothing in this resolution is intended to signify approval by the Congress of any agreement, understanding, or commitment made by the Executive branch other than the agreement to participate in the Multinational Force and Observers as set forth in the exchanges of letters between the United States and Egypt

8 22 U.S.C. 3426.

and between the United States and Israel which were signed on August 3, 1981.

(b) The limitations contained in this resolution with respect to United States participation in the Multinational Force and Obseryers apply to the exercise of the authorities provided by this resolution or provided by any other provision of law. No funds appropriated by the Congress may be obligated or expended for any activity which is contrary to the limitations contained in this resolution.

(c) Nothing in this resolution shall affect the responsibilities of the President or the Congress under the War Powers Resolution (Public Law 93–148).

Mith the relatin Featy oy of peand line

DEFINITIONS SEC. 8.9 As used in this resolution

(1) the term "Multinational Force and Observers" means the Multinational Force and Observers established in accordance with the Protocol between Egypt and Israel signed on August 3, 1981, relating to the implementation of the security arrangements of the Treaty of Peace; and

(2) the term “Treaty of Peace” means the Treaty of Peace between the Arab Republic and Egypt and the State of Israel signed on March 26, 1979, including the Annexes thereto.

[ocr errors]

Pite etio not the pain

c. Multinational Force and Observers Reports Executive Order 12361, April 27, 1982, 47 F.R. 18313, 22 U.S.C. 3425 note

By the authority vested in me as President of the United States of America by the Multinational Force and Observers Participation Resolution (Public Law 97-132, 95 Stat. 1693) and Section 301 of Title 3 of the United States Code, it is hereby ordered as follows:

Section 1. Delegation of Functions. The reporting function conferred upon the President by Section 6 of the Multinational Force and Observers Participation Resolution (22 U.S.C. 3425) is delegated to the Secretary of State.

Sec. 2. Interagency Coordination. In the exercise of the function conferred on the Secretary of State by Section 1 of this Order, the Secretary of State shall consult with the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, the Secretary of Defense, the Director of the United States Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, the Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, and the heads of other Executive agencies as appropriate.

« FöregåendeFortsätt »