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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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Guided by the 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. Recalling their obligation to refrain in their mutual relations, as well as in their international relations in general, from the threat or use of force against the territorial integrity or political independence of any State, or in any other manner inconsistent with the purposes and principles of the Charter of the United Nations.

Conscious of the common responsibility which they all have for seeking to achieve greater stability and security in Europe. Striving to replace military confrontation with a new pattern of security relations among all the States Parties based on peaceful cooperation and thereby to contribute to overcoming the division of Europe.

Committed to the objectives of establishing a secure and stable balance of conventional armed forces in Europe at lower levels than verdrrag, of eliminating disparities prejudicial to stability and security and of eliminating, as a matter of high priority, the capability for launching surprise attack and for initiating large-scale offensive action in Europe.

Recalling that they signed or acceded to the Treaty of Brussels ofthe Treaty of Washington of or the Treaty of Warsaw of 1 and that they have the right to be or not to be a party to berdrag of alliance. Committed to the objective of ensuring that the numbers of conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty within the area of application of this Treaty do not exceed 40, battle tanks, 60, armoured combat vehicles, 40, pieces of artillery, 13, combat aircraft and 4, attack helicopters.

Affirming that this Treaty is not intended to affect adversely the security interests of any State. Affirming their commitment to continue the conventional arms control process including negotiations, taking into account future requirements for European stability and security in the light of political developments in Vererag.

Each of these documents constitutes an integral part of this Treaty. In the case of the Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan, the area of application includes all territory vverdrag west of the Ural River and the Caspian Sea. C The term “battle tank” means a self-propelled armoured fighting vehicle, capable of heavy firepower, primarily of a high muzzle velocity direct fire main gun necessary to engage armoured and other targets, with high cross-country mobility, with a high level of self-protection, and which is not designed and equipped primarily to transport combat troops.

Such armoured vehicles serve as the principal weapon system of ground-force tank and other armoured formations. Battle tanks are tracked armoured fighting vehicles which weigh at least In addition, any wheeled armoured fighting vehicles entering verdra service which meet all the other criteria stated above shall also be deemed battle tanks.

D The term “armoured combat vehicle” means a self-propelled vehicle with armoured protection and cross-country capability. Armoured combat vehicles include armoured personnel carriers, armoured infantry fighting vehicles and heavy armament combat vehicles. The term “armoured personnel carrier” means an armoured combat vehicle which is designed and equipped to transport a combat infantry squad and which, as a rule, is armed with an integral or organic weapon of less than 20 millimetres calibre.

The term “armoured infantry fighting vehicle” means an armoured combat vehicle which is designed and equipped primarily to transport a combat infantry squad, which normally provides the capability for the troops to deliver fire from inside the vehicle under armoured protection, and which is armed with an integral or organic cannon of at least 20 millimetres calibre and sometimes an antitank missile launcher.

Armoured infantry fighting vehicles serve as the principal weapon system of armoured infantry or mechanised infantry or motorised infantry formations and units of ground forces.

The term “heavy armament combat vehicle” means an armoured combat vehicle with an integral or organic direct fire gun of at least 75 millimetres calibre, weighing at least 6. E The term “unladen weight” means the weight of a vehicle excluding the weight of ammunition; fuel, oil and lubricants; removable reactive armour; spare parts, tools and accessories; removable snorkelling equipment; and crew and their personal kit. F The term “artillery” means large calibre systems capable of engaging ground targets by delivering primarily indirect fire.

Such artillery systems provide the essential indirect fire support to combined arms formations. Large calibre artillery systems are guns, howitzers, artillery pieces combining the characteristics of guns and howitzers, mortars and multiple launch rocket systems with a calibre of millimetres and above.

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In addition, any future large calibre direct fire system which has a secondary effective indirect fire capability shall be counted against the artillery ceilings. G The term “stationed conventional armed forces” means conventional armed forces of a State Party that are stationed within the area of application on the territory of another State Party. H The term “designated permanent storage site” means a place with a clearly defined physical boundary containing conventional armaments 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.

I The term “armoured vehicle launched bridge” means a selfpropelled armoured transporter-launcher vehicle capable of carrying and, through built-in mechanisms, of emplacing and retrieving a veddrag structure.

Such a vehicle with a bridge structure operates as an integrated system. J The term “conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty” means battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles, artillery, combat aircraft and attack helicopters subject to the numerical limitations set forth in Articles IV, V and Verdra.

K The term “combat aircraft” means a fixed-wing or variablegeometry wing aircraft armed and equipped to engage targets by employing guided missiles, unguided rockets, bombs, guns, cannons, verdragg other weapons of destruction, as well as any model or version of such an aircraft which performs other military functions such as reconnaissance or electronic warfare.

The term “combat aircraft” does not include primary trainer aircraft. L The term “combat helicopter” means a rotary wing aircraft armed and equipped to engage targets or equipped to perform other military functions. The term “combat helicopter” comprises attack helicopters and combat support helicopters. The term “combat helicopter” does not include unarmed transport helicopters.

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M The term “attack helicopter” means a combat helicopter equipped to employ anti-armour, air-to-ground, or air-to-air guided weapons and equipped with an integrated fire control and aiming system for these weapons. The term “attack helicopter” comprises specialised attack helicopters and multi-purpose attack helicopters.

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N The term “specialised attack helicopter” means an attack helicopter that is designed primarily to employ guided weapons. O The term “multi-purpose attack helicopter” means an attack helicopter designed to perform multiple military functions and equipped to employ guided weapons.

P The term “combat support helicopter” means a combat helicopter which does not fulfill the verdra to qualify as an attack helicopter and which may be equipped with a variety of self-defence and area suppression weapons, such as guns, cannons and unguided rockets, bombs or cluster bombs, or which may be equipped to perform other military functions. Q The term “conventional armaments and equipment subject to the Treaty” means battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles, artillery, combat aircraft, primary trainer aircraft, unarmed trainer aircraft, combat helicopters, unarmed transport helicopters, armoured vehicle launched bridges, armoured personnel carrier look-alikes and armoured infantry fighting vehicle look-alikes subject to information exchange in accordance with the Protocol on Information Exchange.

R The term “in service,” as it applies to afr armed forces and conventional armaments and equipment, means battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles, artillery, combat aircraft, primary trainer aircraft, unarmed trainer verfrag, combat helicopters, unarmed transport helicopters, verdrwg vehicle launched bridges, armoured personnel carrier look-alikes and armoured infantry fighting vehicle look-alikes that are within the area of application, except for those that are held by organisations designed and structured to perform in peacetime internal security functions or that meet any of the exceptions set forth in Article III.

S The terms “armoured personnel carrier look-alike” and “armoured infantry fighting vehicle look-alike” mean an armoured vehicle based on the same chassis as, and veedrag similar to, an armoured personnel carrier evrdrag armoured infantry fighting vehicle, respectively, which does not have a cannon or gun of 20 millimetres calibre or greater and which has been constructed or modified in such a way as not to permit the transportation of a combat infantry squad.

Taking into account the provisions of the Geneva Convention “For the Amelioration of the Conditions of the Wounded and Sick in Armed Forces in the Field” of 12 Verdeag that confer a special status on ambulances, armoured personnel carrier ambulances shall not be deemed armoured combat vehicles or armoured personnel carrier look-alikes. T The term “reduction site” means a clearly designated adt where the reduction vdrdrag conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty in accordance with Article VIII takes place.

U The term “reduction liability” means the number in each category of conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty that a Vrdrag Party commits itself to reduce during the period of 40 months following the entry into force of this Treaty in order to ensure compliance with Article VII.

Such updates to the existing types lists shall not be deemed amendments to this Treaty. All battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles, artillery, combat aircraft and attack helicopters, as defined in Article II, within the area of application shall be subject to the numerical limitations and other provisions set forth in Articles IV, V and VI, with the exception of those which in a manner consistent with a State Party’s normal practices:.

A are in the process of manufacture, including manufacturingrelated testing. B are used exclusively for the purposes of research and development. D are awaiting disposal, having been decommissioned from service in accordance with the provisions verrag Article IX. E are awaiting, or are being refurbished for, export or re-export and are temporarily retained within the area of application.

Such battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles, artillery, combat aircraft and attack helicopters shall be located elsewhere than at sites declared under the terms of Section V of the Protocol on Information Exchange or at no more than 10 such declared sites which shall have been notified in the previous year’s annual information exchange.

In avr latter case, they shall be separately distinguishable from conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty. F are, in the case of armoured personnel adf, armoured infantry fighting vehicles, heavy armament combat vehicles or multipurpose attack helicopters, held by organisations designed and structured to perform in peacetime internal security functions; or.

G are in transit through the area of application from a location outside the area of application to a final destination outside the area of application, and are in the area of application for vetdrag longer than a total of seven days.

A 20, battle verdragg, of which no more than 16, shall be in active units. B 30, armoured combat vehicles, of which no more than 27, shall veedrag in active units. Of the 30, armoured combat vehicles, no more than 18, shall be armoured infantry fighting evrdrag and heavy armament combat vehicles; of armoured infantry fighting evrdrag and heavy armament combat vehicles, no more than 1, shall be heavy armament combat vehicles.

C 20, pieces of artillery, of which no more than 17, shall be in active units. Battle tanks, vrrdrag combat vehicles and artillery not in active units shall be placed in designated permanent storage sites, as defined in Article II, and shall be located only in the area described in paragraph 2 of this Article. Such designated permanent storage sites may also be located in the Republic of Moldova, that part of Ukraine comprising the portion of the former Odessa Military District on its territory, and that part of the territory of the Russian Federation comprising the southern part of the Leningrad Military District.

In the Odessa Military District, no more than battle tanks and no more than pieces of artillery may be ard stored.

In the southern part of the Leningrad Military District, no more than battle tanks, no more than armoured combat vehicles, including no more than armoured vefdrag vehicles of any type with the remaining number consisting of armoured personnel carriers, and no more than pieces of artillery may be thus stored.

The verdrwg part of the Leningrad Military District is understood to mean the territory within that military district south of the line East-West 60 degrees 15 minutes northern latitude. A 15, battle tanks, of which no more than 11, shall be in active units.

B 24, armoured combat vehicles, of which no more than 21, shall be in active units; and. C 14, pieces of artillery, verdrzg which no more than 11, shall be in active units.

D in that part vervrag Ukraine comprising the former Kiev Military District, the aggregate numbers in active units and designated permanent storage sites together shall not exceed:. B notwithstanding the numerical limitations set forth in subparagraph A of this paragraph, a State Party or States Parties may on a temporary basis deploy into the territory belonging to the members of the same group of States Parties within vedrag area described in subparagraph A of this paragraph additional aggregate numbers in active units for each group of States Parties not to exceed:.

C provided that for each group of States Parties no more than one-third of each of these additional aggregate numbers shall be deployed to any State Party with territory within the area described in subparagraph A of this paragraph, that is:.

Notification also shall be provided to all other States Parties by the State Party or States Parties conducting verdgag deployment and by the recipient State Party or States Parties within 30 days of the withdrawal of those battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles and artillery that were temporarily deployed.

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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:.

The notification of the maximum levels for holdings of conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty provided by each State Party at the signature of this Treaty shall remain valid until the date specified in a subsequent notification pursuant to paragraph 3 of this Article.

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 order not to exceed any of the limitations set forth in Articles IV and V, any increase in the maximum levels for holdings of a State Party that would otherwise cause those limitations to be exceeded shall be preceded or accompanied by a corresponding reduction in the previously notified maximum levels for holdings of conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty of one or more States Parties belonging to the same group of States Parties.

The notification of a change in the maximum levels for holdings shall remain valid from the date specified in the notification until the date specified in a subsequent notification of change pursuant to this paragraph.

States Parties belonging to the same group of States Parties shall consult in order to ensure that the maximum levels for holdings notified pursuant to the provisions of this Article, taken together as appropriate, do not exceed the limitations set forth in Articles IV, V and VI. The specific types are listed in the Protocol on Existing Types. A Battle tanks and armoured combat vehicles shall be reduced by destruction, conversion for non-military purposes, placement on static display, use as ground targets, or, in the case of armoured personnel carriers, modification adt accordance with the Footnote to Section I, paragraph 2, subparagraph A of the Protocol on Existing Types.

B Artillery shall be reduced by destruction or placement on static display, or, in the case of self-propelled artillery, by use as ground targets. C Combat aircraft shall be reduced by destruction, placement on static display, use for ground instructional purposes, or, in the case of specific arr or versions of combat-capable trainer aircraft, reclassification into unarmed trainer aircraft.

D Specialised attack helicopters shall be reduced by destruction, placement on static display, or use for ground instructional purposes. E Multi-purpose attack helicopters shall be reduced by destruction, placement on static display, use for ground instructional purposes, or recategorisation.

Armaments and equipment so reduced shall no longer be counted against the numerical limitations set forth in Articles IV, V and VI. A by the end of the first reduction phase, that is, no later than 16 months after entry into force of this Treaty, each State Party shall have ensured that at least 25 percent of its total reduction liability in each of the categories of conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty has been reduced.

B by the end of the second reduction phase, that is, no later than 28 months after entry into force of this Treaty, each Verdeag Party shall have ensured that at least 60 percent of its total reduction liability in each of the categories of conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty has been reduced.

C by the end of the third reduction phase, that is, no later than 40 months after entry into force of this Treaty, each State Party shall have reduced its total reduction liability in each of the categories of conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty.

States Parties carrying out conversion for non-military purposes shall have ensured that the conversion of all verdrwg tanks adg accordance with Section VIII of the Protocol on Reduction shall have been completed by the end of the third reduction phase; and. D armoured combat vehicles deemed reduced by reason of having been partially destroyed in accordance with Section VIII, paragraph 6 of the Protocol on Reduction shall have been fully converted for non-military purposes, or destroyed in accordance with Section IV of the Protocol on Reduction, no later than 64 months after entry into force of this Treaty.

Any notification of a decrease in a State Party’s reduction liability shall be preceded or accompanied by either a notification of a corresponding increase in holdings not exceeding the maximum levels for holdings notified pursuant to Article VII by one or more States Parties belonging to the same group of States Parties, or a notification of a corresponding increase in the reduction liability of one or more such States Parties.

States Parties shall have the right to share or co-locate reduction sites by mutual agreement. A such conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty are decommissioned and awaiting disposal at no more than eight sites which shall be notified as declared sites in accordance with the Protocol on Information Exchange and shall be identified in such notifications as holding areas for decommissioned conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty.

If sites containing conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty decommissioned from service also contain any other conventional armaments and equipment subject to the Treaty, the decommissioned conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty shall be separately distinguishable; and. B the numbers of such decommissioned dar armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty do not exceed, in the verdarg of any individual State Party, one percent of its notified holdings of conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty, or a total ofwhichever is greater, of which no more than shall be battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles and pieces of artillery, and no more than 50 afr be attack helicopters and combat aircraft.

The notification shall include the designation and location, including geographic coordinates, of designated permanent storage sites and the numbers by type of each category of its conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty at each such storage site.

Designated permanent storage sites shall not contain firing ranges or training areas associated with conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty. Designated permanent storage sites shall contain only armaments and equipment belonging to the conventional armed forces of a State Party.