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the date on which a resolution described in subsection (e) (or a similar resolution) is formally introduced, the United Nations Security Council has not agreed to such a resolution and the Bosnian Serbs have not accepted the Contact Group proposal

(A) the funding limitation specified in paragraph (2) shall be in effect;

(B) the President shall submit a plan to, and shall consult with, Congress on the manner in which United States Armed Forces and the military forces of friendly states would provide training to the armed forces of the Government of Bosnia and Hercegovina outside of the territory of Bosnia and Hercegovina; and

(C) the President shall submit a plan to, and shall consult with, Congress regarding the unilateral termination by the United States of compliance with the Bosnia arms embargo

and the implications thereof. (2) If the funding limitation specified in this paragraph is in effect pursuant to paragraph (1)(A), then no funds appropriated by any provision of law may be used for the purpose of participation in, support for, or assistance to the enforcement of the Bosnia arms embargo by any Department, agency or other entity of the United States (or by any officer or employee of the United States or member of the Armed Forces of the United States) other than as required of all United Nations member states under the United Nations Security Council resolution referred to in subsection (h)(3) and the Charter of the United Nations.

(3)(A) The President may waive the limitation in paragraph (2) in the case of United States military personnel serving in NATO headquarters positions.

(B) Nothing in paragraph (2) is intended to impede enforcement of sanctions against Serbia.

(g) INTERIM POLICY.-If the Bosnian Serb faction attacks any area within those areas that have been designated by the United Nations as "safe areas”, the President (or his representative) should promptly formally introduce and support in the United Nations Security Council a resolution that authorizes a selective lifting of the Bosnia arms embargo in order to allow the provision of defensive weapons (such as anti-tank weapons, counter-battery radars, and mortars) to enable the forces of the Government of Bosnia and Hercegovina to defend the safe areas. (h) DEFINITIONS.—For purposes of this section:

(1) The term “Contact Group” means the group composed of representatives of the United States, Russia, France, Britain, and Germany seeking to bring about a peaceful settlement of the conflict in Bosnia and Hercegovina.

(2) The term “Contact Group proposal” means the peace proposal of the Contact Group that has been agreed to by the Government of Bosnia and Hercegovina and rejected by the Bosnian Serb faction.

(3) The term “Bosnia arms embargo” means application to the Government of Bosnia and Hercegovina of the arms embar

"(5) Those U.S. Commanders and other U.S. military personnel assigned to or performing duties at other Allied Forces Europe staffs, such as Commander in Chief, Allied Forces Central Europe." (Presidential Determination No. 95-4; 59 F.R. 64109).

-ted Nations Environment Program Participation Act

of 1973

Law 93–188 [H.R. 6788), 87 Stat. 713, approved December 16, 1973 I To provide for participation by the United States in the United Nations

environment program. enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may d as the “United Nations Environment Program Participaut of 1973”. . 2. It is the policy of the United States to participate in co.ted international efforts to solve environmental problems of i and international concern, and in order to assist the impleation of this policy, to contribute funds to the United Nations onmental Fund for the support of international measures to ct and improve the environment. ?. 3. There is authorized to be appropriated $40,000,000 for ibutions to the United Nations Environment Fund, which int is authorized to remain available until expended, and n may be used upon such terms and conditions as the Presimay specify: Provided, That not more than $10,000,000 may ppropriated for use in fiscal year 1974.1

1 The Foreign Assistance Appropriations Act, 1977, provided $10,000,000 for necessary expenses to carry out the provisions of sec. 2.

8. Response to United Nations Resolution on Zionism

NOTE.—On December 16, 1991, the United Nations General Assembly voted to "revoke the determination contained in its resolution 3379 (XXX) of 10 November 1975.", making obsolete those Public Laws and resolutions calling for the repeal of Resolution 3379: Public Law 101-317 (S.J. Res. 246), 104 Stat. 285, approved June 29, 1990; Public Law 100_169 (S.J. Res. 205), 101 Stat. 913, approved November 17, 1987; Public Law 99–90 (S.J. Res. 98), 99 Stat. 385, approved August 15, 1985; House Resolution 855, 94th Congress, agreed to November 11, 1975; Senate Resolution 288, 94th Congress, agreed to October 28, 1975, and Senate Concurrent Resolution 73, 94th Congress, agreed to November 12, 1975.

9. United Nations Environment Program Participation Act

of 1973 Public Law 93–188 (H.R. 6788), 87 Stat. 713, approved December 15, 1973 AN ACT To provide for participation by the United States in the United Nations

environment program. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That this Act may be cited as the “United Nations Environment Program Participation Act of 1973”.

SEC. 2. It is the policy of the United States to participate in coordinated international efforts to solve environmental problems of global and international concern, and in order to assist the implementation of this policy, to contribute funds to the United Nations Environmental Fund for the support of international measures to protect and improve the environment.

SEC. 3. There is authorized to be appropriated $40,000,000 for contributions to the United Nations Environment Fund, which amount is authorized to remain available until expended, and which may be used upon such terms and conditions as the President may specify: Provided, That not more than $10,000,000 may be appropriated for use in fiscal year 1974.1

1 The Foreign Assistance Appropriations Act, 1977, provided $10,000,000 for necessary expenses to carry out the provisions of sec. 2.

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