United
Nations


Security Council
Distr.
GENERAL

S/1995/208
17 March 1995

ORIGINAL: ENGLISH


           PLAN  FOR  FUTURE  ONGOING   MONITORING  AND VERIFICATION OF IRAQ'S
           COMPLIANCE  WITH  RELEVANT PARTS  OF SECTION C OF SECURITY COUNCIL
           RESOLUTION 687 (1991) REPORT OF THE SECRETARY-GENERAL (S/22871/Rev.1)
           REVISED ANNEXES II, III AND IV

           Note by the Executive Chairman of the Special Commission
           established  pursuant to paragraph  9 (b) (i) of Security
           Council resolution 687 (1991)


1.   On 2 October 1991, the Secretary-General submitted to
the  Security  Council  a  report containing  the  Special
Commission's  plan for ongoing monitoring and verification
of Iraq's compliance  with relevant parts of  section C of
Security  Council  resolution  687   (1991).    That  plan
(S/22871/Rev.1) was  approved by the  Security Council  in
its resolution 715 (1991) of 11 October 1991.

2.   The  plan  contained  annexes  with  lists  of  items
relevant to  the implementation in Iraq  of monitoring and
verification.   As  indicated in  the report,  these lists
"should  be taken  into account  in the  development  of a
mechanism related to the  sale or supply of items  to Iraq
by other countries". Paragraph  7 of resolution 715 (1991)
calls for that mechanism to be developed in cooperation by
the  Committee  established  under resolution  661  (1990)
(i.e. the Sanctions Committee), the Special Commission and
the  Director-General of  the International  Atomic Energy
Agency  (IAEA).    The  mechanism,  as  developed  by  the
Sanctions Committee, the Special Commission and IAEA, will
be transmitted shortly to the Council for its approval.

3.   In the course of  developing the mechanism, it became
clear  that,  for the  annexes to  the  plan to  serve, as
intended,  as the  lists of  items to  be reported  by the
exporting countries to the Special Commission and IAEA, it
was necessary  to elaborate upon  generic descriptions  in
those  annexes so  that  customs  and control  authorities
would  know  precisely  what  items would  be  subject  to
notification.    Consequently,  with international  expert
assistance, the Special Commission has prepared a revision
of the annexes to its plan in the chemical, biological and
missile areas.   These  revised annexes do  not materially
differ 



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from the original  annexes, elaborating  instead on  those
annexes  to  produce a  precise  listing  of  items to  be
notified under the export/import mechanism.

4.   The  Special Commission's  plan,  as approved  by the
Security Council  resolution 715 (1991), lays  down in its
paragraph  26  the following  procedure  for revising  the
annexes:

     "The Special Commission may, however, after informing
the Security Council, update and revise the annexes in the
light of  information and experience gained  in the course
of implementation of resolutions 687 (1991) and 707 (1991)
and of the Plan.  The Special Commission shall inform Iraq
of any such change."

5.   In compliance with the foregoing  procedure requiring
it  to inform the Council of revisions to the annexes, the
Special Commission is transmitting herewith to the Council
the text of  the revised annexes.  The  Commission intends
to proceed to notify  Iraq of the revised annexes  30 days
after  the date of the  submission of the  present note to
the Security  Council, thus  completing the procedure  for
revision, unless the Council instructs it otherwise.
Revised annex II to the Special Commission's Plan*


Provisions related to chemical items

1.   The following list contains chemicals   *    T  h  e
present  annexes are being  published as received, without
formal editing.

     For the  purposes of this annex  the chemicals listed
include  their  chemical  forms   and  mixtures.    It  is
understood that, if and when other processes are developed
for the  production of  such chemicals, chemicals  used in
those processes which are not included in the present list
shall  be  added  through  a  revision  of  this  list  in
accordance with the procedures detailed in paragraph 26 of
the  Plan.  capable of  being  used  for the  development,
production or acquisition  of chemical weapons,  but which
also are usable for  purposes not prohibited by resolution
687 (1991)  and, therefore, are subject  to monitoring and
verification in  accordance with paragraphs 29,  30 and 31
of the Plan.


List A

                                                        
Chemical Abstracts
                                                          
 Service (CAS)
           Chemical                                       
  Registry No.

     1.1Chemicals, except for those chemicals
          specified in list B of this annex,
          containing a phosphorus atom to which is
          bonded one H, alkyl or alkyl substitute 
          group but no further carbon atoms
          e.g.   Methyl  thiophosphonyl  dichloride       
(676-98-2)         

     1.2  Dialkyl or dialkyl-substituted 
          (Me, monochloro-M,  Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)
          N,N-dialkyl or N,N-dialkyl substitutes
          (Me, Et, n-Pr  or i-Pr)-phosphoramidates
          e.g. Diethyl N,N-dimethylphosphoramidate        
 (2404-03-7)   
     
     1.3  Arsenic trichloride                             
 (7784-34-1)    
    
     1.4  2,2-Diphenyl-2-hydroxyacetic acid
          (benzilic acid)                                 
 (76-93-7)    

     1.5   Quinuclidin-3-ol                               
  (1619-34-7)
          Quinuclidin-3-ol hydrochloride                  
 (6238-13-7)

                                                        
Chemical Abstracts
                                                          
 Service (CAS)
           Chemical                                       
  Registry No.

     1.6  N,N-Dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)
          aminoethyl-2-chloride and corresponding
          protonated salts
          e.g. N,N-diisopropyl-2-aminoethyl
          chloride hydrochloride                          
 (4261-68-1) 

     1.7  N,N-Dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)
          aminoethane-2-ol and corresponding
          protonated salts
          e.g. N,N-Diisopropyl-2-aminoethanol             
 (96-80-0)

     1.8  N,N-Dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)
          aminoethane-2-thiol and corresponding
          protonated salts
          e.g. N,N-Diisopropyl-2-aminoethanethiol         
 (5842-07-9)

     1.9  Phosgene                                        
 (75-44-5)

     1.10 Cyanogen chloride                               
 (506-77-4)

     1.11 Hydrogen cyanide                                
 (74-90-8)

     1.12 Trichloronitromethane (chloropicrin)            
 (76-06-2)

     1.13 Phosphorus oxychloride                          
 (10025-87-3)

     1.14 Phosphorus trichloride                          
 (7719-12-2)

     1.15 Phosphorus pentachloride                        
 (10026-13-8)

     1.16 Trimethyl phosphite (TMP)                       
 (121-45-9)

     1.17 Triethyl phosphite                              
 (122-52-1)

     1.18 Dimethyl phosphite (DMP)                        
 (868-85-9)

     1.19 Diethyl phosphite                               
 (762-04-9)

     1.20 Diisopropylphosphite                            
 (1809-20-7)

     1.21 Triisopropylphosphite                           
 (116-17-6)

     1.22 Sulphur monochloride                            
 (10025-67-9)

     1.23 Sulphur dichloride                              
 (10545-99-0)

     1.24 Thionyl chloride                                
 (7719-09-7)

                                                        
Chemical Abstracts
                                                          
 Service (CAS)
           Chemical                                       
  Registry No.

     1.25 Cyclohexanol                                    
 (108-93-0)

     1.26 Hydrogen fluoride                               
 (7664-39-3)

     1.27 Ortho-chlorobenzylidenemalononitri1e (CS)       
 (2698-41-1)

     1.28 Potassium fluoride                              
 (7789-23-3)

     1.29 Ammonium bif1uoride                             
 (1341-49-7)

     1.30 Sodium bifluoride                               
 (1333-83-1)

     1.31 Sodium fluoride                                 
 (7681-49-4)

     1.32 Potassium bifluoride                            
 (7789-29-9)

     1.33 Sodium sulphide                                 
 (1313-82-2)

     1.34 Hydrogen sulphide                               
 (7783-06-4)

     1.35 Carbon disulphide                               
 (75-15-0)

     1.36 Phosphorus pentasulphide                        
 (1314-80-3)

     1.37 Chloroethanol                                   
 (107-07-3)

     1.38 Isopropanol                                     
 (67-63-0)

     1.39 Dimethylamine                                   
 (124-40-3)

     1.40 Dimethylamine hydrochloride                     
 (506-59-2)

     1.41 Potassium cyanide                               
 (151-50-8)

     1.42 Sodium cyanide                                  
 (143-33-9)

     1.43 Triethanolamine                                 
 (102-71-6)

     1.44 Triethanolamine hydrochloride                   
 (637-39-8)

     1.45 Diisopropylamine                                
 (108-18-9)

     1.46 Diisopropylamine hydrochloride                  
 (819-79-4)

     1.47 Methyl diethanolamine                           
 (105-59-9)
  
     1.48 Methyl diethanolamine hydrochloride             
 (54060-15-0)
 
                                                        
Chemical Abstracts
                                                          
 Service (CAS)
           Chemical                                       
  Registry No.

     1.49 Ethyl diethanolamine                            
 (139-87-7)

     1.50 Ethyl diethanolamine hydrochloride              
 (58901-15-8)

     1.51 Methyl benzilate                                
 (76-89-1)

     1.52 O,O-Diethyl phosphorothioate                    
 (2465-65-8)

     1.53 O,O-Diethyl phosphorodithioate                  
 (298-06-6)

     1.54 Ethylene oxide                                  
 (75-21-8)

     1.55 Propylene oxide                                 
 (75-56-9)

     1.56 Hydroxy-1-methylpiperidine                      
 (3554-74-3)

     1.57 Hydroxy-1-methylpiperidine hydrochloride        
 (164-45-6)

     1.58 Quinuclidone                                    
 (3731-38-2)

     1.59 Quinuclidone hydrochloride                      
 (1193-65-3)

     1.60 Phosphorus                                      
 (7723-14-0)

     1.61 Sulphur                                         
 (7704-34-9)

     1.62 Chlorine                                        
 (7782-50-5)

     1.63 Fluorine                                        
   (7782-41-4)


2.   The following list contains chemicals           It is
understood that,  if and when new  chemical warfare agents
are  developed  or  other  processes are  used  for  their
production,   those  chemical   warfare  agents   and  the
chemicals used  in those processes which  are not included
in the present list  shall be added through a  revision to
this list  in accordance  with the procedures  detailed in
paragraph  26  of the  Plan. that  have  little or  no use
except as chemical warfare  agents or for the development,
production or  acquisition of  chemical weapons,  or which
have  been  used  by  Iraq  as  essential  precursors  for
chemical weapons and  are, therefore,  prohibited to  Iraq
save under the procedure  for special exceptions  provided
for in paragraph 32 of the Plan.


List B

                                                        
Chemical Abstracts
                                                          
 Service (CAS)
           Chemical                                       
  Registry No.

     2.1  O-Alkyl (<=C10, including cycloalkyl) alkyl
          (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-phosphonofluoridates
          e.g. O-Isopropyl methylphosphono-
          fluoridate (Sarin)                              
 (107-44-8)
          O-Pinacolyl methylphosphono-                    
          fluoridate (Soman)                              
 (96-64-0)

     2.2  O-Alkyl (<=C10- including cycloalkyl) N,N-dialkyl
          (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr) phosphoramidocyanidates
          e.g. O-ethyl N,N-dimethylphosphoramido
          cyanidate      (Tabun)                          
      (77-81-6)

     2.3  O-Alkyl (H or <=C10, including cycloalkyl) S-2-
          dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-aminoethyl alkyl
          (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr) phosphonothiolates or
          corresponding alkylated and protonated salts
          e.g. O-Ethyl S-2{-(N,N-diisopropylamino)ethyl}
          methylphosphonothiolate (VX)                    
 (50782-69-9)

     2.4  Sulphur mustards:

          2-Chloroethylchloromethylsulphide               
 (2625-76-5)
          Bis (2-chloroethyl) sulphide                    
 (505-60-2)
          (Mustard gas, H)
          Bis(2-chloroethylthio)methane                   
 (63869-13-6)
          1, 2-Bis(2-chloroethylthio)ethane               
 (3563-36-8)
          (Sesquimustard, Q)
          1,3-Bis(2-chloroethylthio)-n-propane            
 (63905-10-2)
          1,4-Bis(2-chloroethylthio)-n-butane             
 (142868-93-7)
          l,5-Bis(2-chloroethylthio)-n-pentane            
 (142868-94-8)
          Bis(2-chloroethylthiomethyl)ether               
 (63918-90-1) 
          Bis(2-chloroethylthioethyl)ether                
 (63918-89-8)
          (O-Mustard, T)

     2.5  Lewisites:

          2-Chlorovinyldichlorarsine                      
 (541-25-3)
          (Lewisite l)
          Bis(2-chlorovinyl)chloroarsine                  
 (40334-69-8)
          (Lewisite 2)
          Tris(2-chlorovinyl)arsine                       
 (40334-70-1)
          (Lewisite 3)
                                                        
Chemical Abstracts
                                                          
 Service (CAS)
           Chemical                                       
  Registry No.

     2.6  Nitrogen mustards:

          Bis(2-chloroethyl)ethylamine                    
 (538-07-8)
          (HN 1)
          Bis(2-chloroethyl)methylamine                   
 (51-75-2)
          (HN 2)
          Tris(2-chloroethyl)amine                        
 (555-77-1)
          (HN 3)

          and their protonated salts

     2.7  3-Quinuclidinyl benzilate (BZ)                  
 (6581-06-2)

     2.8  Saxitoxin                                       
 (35523-89-8)

     2.9  Ricin                                           
 (9009-86-3)

     2.10 Alkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)
          phosphonyldihalides
          e.g. Methylphosphonyldifluoride (DF)            
 (676-99-3)
          Methylphosphonyldichloride (DC, MPC)            
 (676-97-1)

     2.11 Dimethylmethylphosphonate (DMMP)                
 (756-79-6)

     2.12 O-Alkyl (H or <=C10, including cycloalkyl)
          O-2-Dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-
          aminoethyl alkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)
          phosphonites and corresponding
          alkylated salts and protonated salts
          e.g. O-Ethyl 2-diisopropylaminoethyl
          methylphosphonite (QL)                          
 (57856-11-8)

     2.13 O-Alkyl (<=C10, including cycloalkyl)
          alkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)-
          phosphonochloridates
          e.g. O-Isopropyl methylphosphono-
          chloridate                                      
 (1445-76-7)
          (Chlorosarin) 
          O-Pinacolyl methylphosphono-
          chloridate                                      
 (7040-57-5)
          (Chlorosoman)

     2.14 N,N-Dialkyl (Me, Et, n-Pr or i-Pr)
          phosphoramidic dihalides
          e.g. N,N-dimethylphosphoramidic dichloride      
 (677-43-0)

                                                        
Chemical Abstracts
                                                          
 Service (CAS)
           Chemical                                       
  Registry No.

     2.15 Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)sulphide
          (Thiodiglycol)                                  
 (111-48-8)
          Bis(2-hydroxyethyl)disulphide
          (Dithiodiglycol)                                
 (1892-29-1)

     2.16 3,3-Dimethylbutan-2-ol
          (Pinacolyl alcohol)                             
 (464-07-3)

     2.17 3,3-Dimethylbutanone (Pinacolone)               
 (75-97-8)

     2.18 Amiton: O,O-Diethyl S-(2-(diethylamino)ethyl))
          phosphorothiolate and corresponding             
 (78-53-5)
          alkylated and protonated salts

     2.19 PFIB: 1,1,3,3,3-pentafluoro-2-
          (trifluoromethyl)-1-propene                     
 (382-21-8)


3.    The initial  information under paragraph  30 of  the
Plan,  to be  provided not  later than  30 days  after the
adoption of the Plan by the Security Council,  shall cover
the period  from 1  January 1988.   Subsequent information
shall  be provided each 15  January and 15  July and shall
cover the six-month  period prior to the  provision of the
information.  The advance notifications under paragraph 30
(d)  of the  Plan shall cover  the subsequent  six months.
The special  notifications under paragraph 31  of the Plan
shall be provided not later than 30 days in advance.

4.    Whenever the  information that Iraq  is required  to
provide  under section  C of  the Plan  and this  annex is
equal to nil, Iraq shall provide nil returns.

5.    The information  on chemicals to  be provided  under
section C of the Plan shall, for each chemical, include:

     5.1the chemical  name, common  or trade name  used by
the site or the  facility, structural formula and Chemical
Abstracts Service registry number (if assigned);

     5.2the purposes for which  the chemical is  produced,
processed, consumed, stored, imported or exported; and

     5.3the  total  amount produced,  processed, consumed,
stored, imported or exported.

6.   The information on sites or facilities to be provided
under  section C  of  the Plan  shall,  for each  site  or
facility, include:

     6.1the name of the site or facility and of the owner,
company or enterprise operating the site or facility;

     6.2the location of the site or facility;

     6.3a general description of  all types of  activities
at the site or facility; and

     6.4the sources  and amounts  of the financing  of the
site or facility, and of its activities.

7.   The location of a site or facility shall be specified
by means of the address and a site diagram.   Each diagram
shall be  drawn to scale and shall indicate the boundaries
of the site or  facility, all road and rail  entrances and
exits  and  all  structures   on  the  site  or  facility,
indicating  their purpose.    If the  site or  facility is
located within a larger complex, the diagram shall specify
the  exact  location of  the site  or facility  within the
complex.  On each diagram, the geographic coordinates of a
point  within the site  or facility shall  be specified to
the nearest second.

8.   In  addition to information specified in  paragraph 6
of this annex, the following information shall be provided
for each site or facility  that is or will be  involved in
production,  processing,  consumption, storage,  import or
export of chemicals specified in list A of this annex:

     8.1a  detailed description  of activities  related to
these  chemicals  including, as  applicable, material-flow
and process-flow diagrams, chemical reactions and end-use;

     8.2a list of equipment  used in activities related to
these chemicals; and

     8.3the production capacity for these chemicals.

9.   In  addition to information specified in  paragraph 6
of this annex, the following information shall be provided
for each  site or facility that is  or will be involved in
production or processing of organophosphorus  chemicals or
in production of organic chemicals by halogenation:

     9.1a  detailed description  of activities  related to
the  relevant chemicals,  and the  end-uses for  which the
chemicals are produced or processed; and

     9.2a  detailed description  of the processes  used in
the production or processing of organophosphorus chemicals
or in the production of organic chemicals by halogenation,
including   material-flow   and   process-flow   diagrams,
chemical reactions and list of equipment involved.

10.  For equipment capable of being used in the activities
described in  paragraphs 8 and  9 above,  Iraq shall,  for
each item, declare:

     10.1the name of the  site or facility at which  it is
located together with the names  of the owner, company  or
enterprise operating the site or facility;

     10.2 the location of the site or facility;

     10.3the  technical  specifications  of the  equipment
that  make   it  capable  of  dual-use,  including,  where
relevant,   the   material   of  construction,   capacity,
specifications  of  control  mechanisms,  temperature  and
pressure tolerances and flow-rates; and

     10.4   any  import or any  other acquisition  of such
equipment.

Such equipment shall include:

          10.4.1corrosion resistant    For the purposes of
this annex, "corrosion resistant" means where all surfaces
that  come in  direct contact  with the  chemical(s) being
processed are made from the following:

     (a)  glass (including vitrified or enamelled coatings
or glass lining);

     (b)  ceramics;

     (c)  ferrosilicates;

     (d)  titanium  or titanium  alloys (e.g. Monel  10 or
11, titanium 20, titanium nitride 70 or 90);

     (e)  tantalum or tantalum alloys;

     (f)  zirconium or zirconium alloys;

     (g)  nickel  or alloys  with  more than  40 per  cent
nickel by weight (e.g. Alloy 400, AMS 4675,  ASME SB164-B,
ASTM B127,  DIN2.4375, EN60, FM60, IN60, Hastalloy, Monel,
K500, UNS NO4400);

     (h)  alloys with more than 25 per cent  nickel and 20
per cent  chromium and/or  copper by weight  (e.g. Cunifer
30Cr,  ENiCu-7,  IN 732  X, Monel  67,  Monel WE  187, UNS
C71900);

     (i)  graphite;

     (j)  fluoropolymers (e.g. Aflex COP, Aflon COP 88,  F
40,  Ftorlon,  Ftoroplast,  Neoflon, ETFE,  Teflon,  PVDF,
Tefzel, PTFE, PE TFE 500 LZ, Haller);

     (k)  natural or synthetic rubber coatings;

     (l)  fibre  reinforced  polymers  including glass  or
graphite; and

     (m)  silver.    chemical production equipment as
                    follows:

               10.4.1.1reactor vessels with a  capacity of
0.050 m3 or more;

             10.4.1.2  condensers and heat exchangers;
             10.4.1.3  distillation columns;
             10.4.1.4  scrubbers;
             10.4.1.5tanks and  other  storage vessels    
Including halogen transport containers.  with a volume  of
0.05 m3 or more; and
             10.4.1.6sheets  made  of corrosion  resistant
metal  or alloy  with a surface  of more  than 1  m2 and a
thickness of 4 mm or more;

          10.4.2corrosion resistant pumps  with a  maximum
flow-rate of  0.01 m3 per  minute or more  (under standard
temperature  of 293 K,  i.e. 20f C,  and standard pressure
conditions  of  101.30  kPa, i.e.  101.30  kilonewton  per
square metre),  including magnetic pumps  and those  using
squeezers  or progressive  cavity tubing  pumps (including
peristaltic or roller pumps in which only the elastometric
tubing  is corrosion  resistant), and  corrosion resistant
vacuum  pumps with  a  maximum flow-rate  of  0.08 m3  per
minute or more under the same standard conditions;

          10.4.3corrosion  resistant  pipes with  an inner
diameter  of 12.5 mm or  more and double-walled pipes with
an inner diameter of 12.5 mm or more;

          10.4.4corrosion resistant valves with a smallest
inner diameter of 12.5 mm or more;

          10.4.5corrosion    resistant   remote-controlled
filling equipment;

          10.4.6incineration  equipment  designed for  the
disposal  of toxic  chemicals with  an average  combustion
chamber temperature  of  over 1273  K  (1000f C)  or  with
catalytic incineration over 623 K (350f C);

          10.4.7equipment and  instruments       Including
equipment for the detection  or identification of chemical
warfare  agents, but  excluding  smoke detectors  or stack
emission  monitor systems  designed for  use in  household
protection. capable of  detecting, measuring or  recording
the  air  concentration  of  toxic organic  substances  or
organic  compounds  containing   the  elements   chlorine,
fluorine, phosphorus or sulphur with a detection threshold
from  0.3 mg/m3  or  suitable for  detection or  measuring
levels of cholinesterase-inhibitors in the air; and

          10.4.8protective    equipment    designed    for
protection against  toxic chemicals in  lists A and  B, as
follows:

               10.4.8.1external   ventilated    semi-   or
full-protection personal suits;
               10.4.8.2  autonomous respirators; and
               10.4.8.3air   filtration   equipment   with
liquid or solid adsorption agent.

11.  For equipment  identified  in paragraph  10.4.1.5  of
this  annex capable of storing chemicals in lists A and B,
Iraq shall, for each item, declare:

     11.1the name of the  site or facility at which  it is
located together with  the names of the  owner, company or
enterprise operating the site or facility;

     11.2the location of the site or facility;

     11.3the  net  storage  capacity   of  each  piece  of
equipment and the aggregate  storage capacity at the site;
and

     11.4any  import  or  any  other  acquisition of  such
equipment.

12.  For  the purposes  of information  to be  provided in
accordance with  paragraph 30  (e) of the  Plan concerning
technologies,  Iraq  shall  report  the  import  or  other
acquisition of  any technologies or services for planning,
construction, commissioning, start up or  normal operation
of a  chemical production  plant capable of  producing any
chemical  in  list  A  or  to  operate  and  maintain  the
equipment identified in paragraphs 10 and 11 above.

13.  For munitions,  rockets and missile  warheads capable
of  dispersing chemical  warfare agents,  Iraq  shall, for
each item, declare:

     13.1the name of the  site or facility at which  it is
located  together with the names  of the owner, company or
enterprise operating the site or facility;

     13.2the location of the site or facility;

     13.3the quantity of such items by type; and

     13.4any  import  or  any other  acquisition  of  such
items.

14.  The information  on each import to be  provided under
section C of the Plan and paragraphs 10, 11 and 13 of this
annex shall include:

     14.1specification  of  each  item  and  the  quantity
imported and the purpose of its use in Iraq;

     14.2country from  which the item is  imported and the
specific exporter;

     14.3point  or port and time of entry of the item into
Iraq;

     14.4 site or facility where it is to be used; and

     14.5 name of the  specific importing organization  in
Iraq.



Revised annex III to the Special Commission's Plan


Provisions related to biological items

1.   The following list contains equipment,    "Equipment"
means  complete  systems and  any  components or  reagents
thereof. biological material  and other  items capable  of
being used  for the development, production or acquisition
of biological  and toxin  weapons or  of a  biological and
toxin   weapons  capability  and,  therefore,  subject  to
monitoring and verification  in accordance with paragraphs
34 to 38 of the Plan:

     1.1microorganisms,     For the purposes  of the Plan,
full  lists  of  the microorganisms,  other  organisms and
toxins concerned  have been  enumerated in two  lists, one
covering  risk  groups  IV and  III  (List  1),  the other
covering risk group II (List 2). These lists are contained
in an Explanatory  Note which follows  on the appendix  to
this annex.  other  organisms  and  toxins       Including
purified or crude material.  meeting the criteria for risk
groups  IV, III and II  according to the classification in
the World  Health Organization (WHO)  Laboratory Biosafety
Manual (Geneva 1993, second edition), and genetic material
for such toxins;

     1.2detection  and assay  systems for risk  groups IV,
III,  and II  microorganisms  and toxins,  or for  genetic
material,  including  immunological  assays,   gene  probe
assays and other specific detection systems;

     1.3equipment  designed   or  accepted  for   use  for
processing,    handling,     transporting    or    storing
microorganisms,  their  products or  components, including
toxins, or other biological material including foodstuffs,
including:

          1.3.1centrifugal  separators  or  decanters  for
continuous or semi-continuous operation;

          1.3.2     continuous flow centrifuge rotors;

          1.3.3     plate press filter separators;

          1.3.4cross-flow    or   tangential    filtration
equipment  with  a filter  area  of 0.5  square  metres or
greater;

          1.3.5     spray drying equipment;

          1.3.6freeze-drying   (lyophilisation)  equipment
with a condenser capacity greater than  1 kg of ice per 24
hours;

          1.3.7pressure   cell  disruption   equipment  or
continuous flow ultrasonic cell disruption equipment;

          1.3.8chromatography  equipment  for  preparative
separations;

          1.3.9pharmaceutical milling equipment;

          1.3.10drum drying equipment;

          1.3.11    jacketed vessels; and

          1.3.12control  units, valves and filters for the
above types of equipment;

     1.4biohazard      containment      equipment      and
decontamination equipment, including:

          1.4.1facilities,   rooms  or   other  enclosures
meeting  the physical  containment criteria  for P3  or P4
(BL3, BL4,  L3, L4)  biological containment as  defined in
the WHO  Laboratory Biosafety Manual and  using laminar or
turbulent air  flow clean air conditions  as specified for
pharmaceutical,    biotechnology,    vaccine   or    other
applications;

          1.4.2biological safety cabinets meeting Class I,
II and III  containment standards, as  defined in the  WHO
Laboratory Biosafety Manual;

          1.4.3safety cabinets allowing  manual or  remote
operations  to be performed within  at Class I,  II or III
biological  containment  levels,  including flexible  film
isolators,   rigid  isolators,  dry  boxes,  glove  boxes,
anaerobic chambers, interconnected cabinet lines, isolator
lines  and  secondary  containment  systems   designed  to
enclose fermenters or downstream processing equipment; 

          1.4.4rubber gloves specifically designed for use
with safety cabinets and biological safety cabinets;

          1.4.5autoclaves, with an internal volume  of 0.3
m3 or more, designed to sterilise infectious material;

          1.4.6other waste disposal systems for infectious
material,  such as  liquid waste treatment  systems, solid
waste  treatment systems,  liquid waste  disposal systems,
solid waste disposal systems and incinerators; and

          1.4.7positive   pressure  air-fed   suits,  half
suits, helmets and respirators;

     1.5equipment  designed or  accepted for  use for  the
microencapsulation   of   living   microorganisms,   their
products   or  components   including  toxins,   or  other
biological material;

     1.6complex media  for the  growth of risk  groups IV,
III and II microorganisms;

     1.7fermentation   vessels   (including   bioreactors,
chemostats   and  continuous  flow  systems),  orbital  or
reciprocal  shakers  and  shaking incubators  designed  or
accepted for use for  the cultivation of microorganisms or
eukaryotic  cells or  for  the production  of toxins,  and
components   therefor,   including   control   units   for
fermenters and other vessels;

     1.8recombinant nucleic acids (DNA and RNA), equipment
and    reagents                Including   dimethoxytrityl
(DMT)-ribonucleosides          and         dimethoxytrityl
(DMT)-deoxyribonucleosides.    for     their    isolation,
characterization or production and equipment  and reagents
for the construction of synthetic genes, including nucleic
acid  sequencing  equipment,  nucleic  acid  synthesizers,
electroporation or biolistics equipment,  thermal cyclers,
electrophoresis  equipment,  transilluminators,  automatic
work stations and  automatic data collection  systems, and
components therefor, including derivatized  solid supports
for solid phase nucleotide synthesis;  

     1.9equipment  for the  release and/or  dispersal into
the environment or into cabinets, chambers, rooms or other
enclosures of biological material and equipment capable of
being  modified for  such use, excluding  devices designed
for  personal use  in  self-administered  prophylactic  or
therapeutic preparations by inhalation, but including crop
sprayers,  aircraft  sprayers  and  tanks,  other sprayers
capable  of   chassis  mounting  and  tanks,   jet  engine
disseminators,     aerosol      disseminators,     droplet
disseminators,  dry  powder  disseminators (including  dry
aerosol disseminators, venturi air movers and nebulisers),
mist   generators  and   foggers,   including  pulse   jet
disseminators;

     1.10equipment  designed  or   accepted  for  use  for
studying the aerobiological characteristics or aerosols of
microorganisms,  their  components  including  toxins,  or
other biological material  and equipment capable  of being
modified for such use, including aerosolization containers
(drums,  cabinets, chambers,  rooms or  other enclosures),
nose-only   aerosolization   equipment   and   aerodynamic
particle-sizing equipment;

     1.11equipment  for  breeding  of  vectors  of  human,
animal or plant diseases;
 
     1.12vaccines  for  risk  groups   IV,  III,  and   II
microorganisms, whether for use with humans or animals and
whether licensed, unlicensed or experimental;

     1.13documents,        "Documents"  means  blueprints,
plans,  diagrams,  models,  formulae, tables,  engineering
designs  or specifications,  manuals or  instructions, and
any database  or software  concerning risk groups  IV, III
and II microorganisms, toxins and genetic material, except
those  generally available  to  the  public.  information,
software or  technology for the design,  development, use,
storage,  manufacture,  maintenance  or  support  of items
listed in  the preceding subparagraphs of  this paragraph,
or of biological  weapons or any component  thereof, or of
biological and training activities or defence; and 

     1.14munitions,   rockets  or   missile  warheads     
Delivery  systems are  addressed in  annex IV.  capable of
disseminating biological weapons agents.

2.   The initial information under paragraphs 35 and 36 of
the Plan  to be provided not later  than 30 days after the
adoption  of the Plan by the  Security Council shall cover
the period  from 1  January 1986.   Subsequent information
shall  be provided each 15  January and 15  July and shall
cover the six-month  period prior to the  provision of the
information.  Notifications under  paragraph 38 (a) of the
Plan shall be provided not later than 60 days in advance. 

3.    Whenever the  information that Iraq  is required  to
provide  under section  D of  the Plan  and this  annex is
equal to nil, Iraq shall provide nil returns.

4.   The information on each site or facility    Including
sites  or facilities  involved  in the  import, export  or
storage of  the equipment, biological  material and  other
items  specified in  paragraph  1  of  this annex.  to  be
provided  under section  D of  the Plan shall  include the
following:

     4.1the name of the site or facility and of the owner,
company, or enterprise operating the facility;

     4.2the location  of the  site or  facility (including
the address, geographic coordinates to the nearest second,
and a site diagram.  Each diagram shall be drawn  to scale
and shall indicate the boundaries of the site or facility,
all road and rail entrances and all structures, indicating
their purpose and  any structure  number. If  the site  or
facility is  located within a larger  complex, the diagram
shall specify the  exact location of the site  or facility
within the larger complex);

     4.3the sources  and amounts of financing  of the site
or facility and of its activities; 

     4.4the  main   purpose  of  the   site  or  facility,
including research, development, use, production, storage,
testing, import and export;

      4.5the   level   of   protection,    including,   as
applicable, the number and  size of maximum containment or
containment laboratories (units);

     4.6scope and description of activities, including, as
applicable,   a   list   of  types   and   quantities   of
microorganisms, toxins or vaccines and equipment and other
items specified in paragraph 1 of this annex;

     4.7a list of microorganisms and toxins, equipment and
vaccines imported or isolated  for the use of the  site or
facility,   or  exported,   indicating  the   supplier  or
recipient countries involved;

     4.8the date when the planned activities, as described
in paragraphs 35 (a) to  35 (g) of the Plan, are  to begin
at the site   or facility; and

     4.9the number of scientifically trained personnel and
their main areas of responsibility.

5.   Information  on   imports   to  be   provided   under
paragraphs  35 (g) and 38 (a)  of the Plan shall cover the
items  listed in the appendix to this annex and shall, for
each import into Iraq, specify:

     5.1types  and  quantities  of  microorganisms,  other
organisms, toxins, genetic material or vaccines;

     5.2quantities    of   any    equipment,   facilities,
information, software, technology or other items specified
in the appendix to this annex;

     5.3country of export and the specific exporter;

     5.4point or port and time of entry into Iraq;

     5.5site  or  facility where  it  is  to be  used  and
purpose of its use; and

     5.6 name  of the  specific importing organization  in
Iraq.

6.   The information under  paragraph 37 of the Plan shall
be provided within  seven days of  the occurrence and  the
standardized form contained in section III of the annex on
confidence-building       measures       in       document
BWC/CONF.III/23/II shall be utilized as appropriate.

7.    Iraq shall, not later than each 15 April, provide to
the  Special Commission  the  copies of  the declarations,
information  and data that Iraq has sent to the Centre for
Disarmament  Affairs  of  the  United  Nations Secretariat
pursuant   to   the   agreements  on   confidence-building
measures, including  the exchange of information and data,
reached at the  Third Review Conference of  the Parties to
the  Convention on  the  Prohibition  of the  Development,
Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological)
and  Toxin  Weapons  and on  Their  Destruction  (document
BWC/CONF.III/23/II  and  its annex  on confidence-building
measures).    




               
APPENDIX

Items to be reported under paragraphs 35 (g) and 38 (a)
of the Plan and paragraph 5 of its annex III


1.   Risk  groups IV and  III     For the  purposes of the
Plan, full  lists of  the microorganisms, other  organisms
and toxins  concerned have  been enumerated in  two lists,
one  covering risk groups IV  and III (List  1), the other
covering risk group II (List 2). These lists are contained
in an  Explanatory Note which  follows on the  appendix to
this  annex.  microorganisms,      "Microorganisms"  means
bacteria,  viruses,  mycoplasmas,  rickettsiae  or  fungi,
whether natural, enhanced or  modified, either in the form
of isolated  live  cultures, including  live  cultures  in
dormant  form or  in  dried preparations,  or as  material
including  living  material  which has  been  deliberately
inoculated  or  contaminated  with  such  cultures.  other
organisms,  toxins,         Including  purified  or  crude
material. or genetic material.

2.   Biohazard  containment  and decontamination  items as
follows:

     2.1  facilities, rooms or other enclosures:

          (a)meeting the physical containment criteria for
P3 or  P4 (BL3,  BL4,  L3, L4)  biological containment  as
specified in the WHO Laboratory Biosafety  Manual (Geneva,
1993); and

          (b)constructed such that the number of particles
of 0.5 microns in  diameter in the contained air  does not
exceed 35,000 particles per cubic metre;

     2.2biological safety cabinets meeting Class I, II, or
III standards     The  specifications for Class I,  II and
III  biological safety  cabinets  in  the  WHO  Laboratory
Biosafety manual are:

Class I cabinet:   an open-fronted, ventilated cabinet for
personal protection with an unrecirculated inward air flow
away from the operator. It is fitted with a HEPA filter to
protect the environment from discharge of microorganisms;

Class II cabinet:  an open-fronted, ventilated cabinet for
personal,  product  and  environmental  protection,  which
provides an  inward air flow and  HEPA-filtered supply and
exhaust  air.  There are  two main variations:   the Class
IIA  type recirculates 70 per  cent of the  air; the Class
IIB type recirculates 30 per cent of the air; and

Class III cabinet:  a totally enclosed, ventilated cabinet
which  is gastight  and is  maintained under  negative air
pressure.  The supply air is HEPA-filtered and the exhaust
air is passed through two HEPA filters in series.  Work is
performed with attached  long-sleeved gloves.as  specified
in the WHO Laboratory Biosafety Manual, including flexible
film   isolators,  dry   boxes,  glove   boxes,  anaerobic
chambers, interconnected cabinet lines, isolator lines and
secondary   containment   systems   designed  to   enclose
fermenters   or   downstream  processing   equipment,  and
specially designed components therefor;

     2.3  HEPA filters;      The WHO  Laboratory Biosafety
Manual defines HEPA filters as high efficiency particulate
air filters.   They  should conform to  national standards
and not more than three particles should be recovered when
the filter is challenged with a dose of 100,000 particles.

     2.4rubber  gloves  specially  designed  for  use with
safety cabinets and biological safety cabinets;

     2.5autoclaves   designed   to  sterilise   infectious
material, with an internal volume equal to or greater than
0.3  cubic  metres,   and  specially  designed  components
therefor; and

     2.6positive  pressure  air-fed  suits,   half  suits,
helmets and respirators, and specially designed components
therefor.

3.   Fermentation equipment, as follows:

     3.1fermenters,    bioreactors,     chemostats,    and
continuous   flow   fermentation  systems   and  specially
designed components therefor;

     3.2other vessels suitable for use for the cultivation
of  microorganisms  or  eukaryotic   cells  or  for  toxin
production, capable  of operating without  the propagation
of aerosols, and capable of in situ steam sterilisation in
the   closed  state,  and  specially  designed  components
therefor; 

     3.3orbital or  reciprocal shakers with  a total flask
capacity  greater than  5 litres,  and specially  designed
components therefor; and

     3.4shaking  incubators  with a  total  flask capacity
greater than  5 litres, and specially  designed components
therefor.

4.   Equipment    usable    for   processing,    handling,
transporting or storing microorganisms, their  products or
components excluding personal and household equipment, but
including toxins, or  other biological material (including
foodstuffs), as follows, and specially designed components
therefor:

     4.1centrifugal separators or decanters for continuous
or semi-continuous operation;

     4.2continuous flow centrifuge rotors;

     4.3plate press filter separators;

     4.4  cross-flow  and tangential  filtration equipment
with a filter area equal to or greater than 0.5 m2;

     4.5spray drying equipment;

     4.6 freeze-drying (lyophilisation)  equipment with  a
condenser capacity greater than 1 kg of ice in 24 hours;

     4.7pressure  cell  disruption  and   continuous  flow
ultrasonic cell disruption equipment;

     4.8chromatography   columns  with   internal  volumes
greater than  2 litres, and specially  designed end pieces
and flow adaptors for such columns;

     4.9milling  equipment  capable of  producing particle
sizes of 10 microns or less;

     4.10drum drying equipment; and

     4.11jacketed vessels.

5.   Formulated  powdered  complex  media or  concentrated
liquid complex media for growth of microorganisms.

6.   Detection  and  assay  systems   for  microorganisms,
toxins,  or  genetic  material  in List  1  and  specially
designed reagents therefor, as follows:

     6.1immunological assay systems;

     6.2gene probe assay systems; and

     6.3biological  agent  detection systems  designed for
biological defence or civil defence applications.

7.   Equipment  and reagents for  use in molecular biology
research,  as follows,  and specially  designed components
therefor:

     7.1nucleic acid sequencing equipment;

     7.2nucleic acid synthesizers;

     7.3  electroporation or biolistics equipment;

     7.4  thermal cyclers;

     7.5  specially  designed  automatic  data  collection
systems;

     7.6transilluminators;

     7.7electrophoresis equipment;

     7.8derivatized   solid   supports  for   solid  phase
nucleotide synthesis;

     7.9dimethoxytrityl (DMT)-ribonucleosides; and

     7.10dimethoxytrityl (DMT)-deoxyribonucleosides.

8.   Equipment capable  of dispersing aerosols  at a  flow
rate exceeding 1 litre of liquid suspension per minute  or
10 g of dry material per minute, as follows, and specially
designed components therefor:

     8.1crop sprayers;

     8.2  aircraft sprayers and associated spray tanks;

     8.3other  sprayers, capable of  chassis mounting, and
associated spray tanks;

     8.4  jet engine disseminators;

     8.5  aerosol disseminators;

     8.6  droplet disseminators;

     8.7  dry  powder disseminators;        Including  dry
aerosol disseminators, venturi air movers and nebulisers. 

     8.8mist generators; and

     8.9foggers.    Including pulse jet disseminators.

9.   Equipment  usable   in  the  study  of  aerosols,  as
follows, and specially designed components therefor:

     9.1aerosolization drums, cabinets, chambers, rooms or
              other enclosures;

     9.2nose-only aerosolization equipment but not devices
for   personal   prophylaxis   or  therapy   for   medical
conditions; and

     9.3aerodynamic particle-sizing equipment.

10.  Equipment  designed  for  the  microencapsulation  of
living organisms,  their products or  components including
toxins, or other biological material.

11.  Vaccines  for microorganisms  or  toxins  in List  1,
whether  for  use  with  humans  or  animals  and  whether
licensed, unlicensed or experimental.

12.  Documents,       "Document" means  blueprints, plans,
diagrams, models, formulae, tables, engineering designs or
specifications, manuals or  instructions, and any database
or  software  pertaining  to  microorganisms,  toxins  and
genetic material  of List 1 items  except those containing
information   generally   available    to   the    public.
information,  software  or  technology  for   the  design,
development,  use,  storage,  manufacture, maintenance  or
support of entries 1 to 11 above, or of biological weapons
or  any component  thereof, or  of biological  defence and
training activities or defence.

13.  Munitions, rockets  and missile warheads     Delivery
systems   are   addressed   in  annex   IV.   capable   of
disseminating biological weapons agents.






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EXPLANATORY NOTE

UNSCOM Biological Lists based on the classification in the
World  Health  Organization  (WHO)  Laboratory   Biosafety 
Manual

                   LIST  1  -  Risk  Groups   IV  and  III
Microorganisms,     The items  in this list do not conform
fully  with  the  criteria  for risk  groups  IV  and  III
according to  the classification in the  1983 World Health
Organization (WHO) Laboratory  Biosafety Manual but should
be  considered as  doing so  for  the purposes  of ongoing
monitoring and verification activities in Iraq.


                            other Organisms and Toxins


1.1  Bacteria

     1.1.1     Bacillus anthracis
     1.1.2     Bacillus cereus
     1.1.3     Bacillus subtilis
     1.1.4     Bacillus megaterium
     1.1.5     Bacillus thuringensis
     1.1.6     Brucella abortus
     1.1.7     Brucella melitensis
     1.1.8     Brucella suis
     1.1.9     Chlamydia psittaci
     1.1.10    Clostridium botulinum
     1.1.11    Clostridium perfringens
     1.1.12    Francisella tularensis
     1.1.13    Pseudomonas mallei
     1.1.14    Pseudomonas pseudomallei
     1.1.15    Salmonella  typhi (Salmonella  enterica var
typhi)
     1.1.16    Serratia marcescens
     1.1.17    Shigella dysenteriae
     1.1.18    Vibrio cholera
     1.1.19    Yersinia          pestis          (Yersinia
pseudotuberculosis var pestis)
     1.1.20    Xanthomonas albilineans
     1.1.21Xanthomonas  campestris   pv.  citri  including
strains referred to  as Xanthomonas  campestris pv.  citri
types  A,B,C,D,E  or otherwise  classified  as Xanthomonas
citri,   Xanthomonas   campestris   pv.  aurantifolia   or
Xanthomonas campestris pv. citrumelo

1.2  Mycoplasma

     1.2.1     Mycoplasma mycoides

1.3  Rickettsiae

     1.3.1     Coxiella burnetii
     1.3.2     Rickettsia prowasecki
     1.3.3     Rickettsia quintana
     1.3.4     Rickettsia rickettsii
 1.4 Viruses

     1.4.1     African swine fever virus
     1.4.2     Avian influenza virus
     1.4.3     Bluetongue virus
     1.4.4     Chikungunya virus
     1.4.5     Congo-Crimean haemorrhagic fever virus
     1.4.6     Dengue fever virus
     1.4.7     Eastern equine encephalitis virus
     1.4.8     Ebola virus
     1.4.9     Foot and mouth disease virus
     1.4.10    Goat pox virus
     1.4.11    Hantaan virus
     1.4.12    Human influenza
     1.4.13    Japanese encephalitis virus
     1.4.14    Junin virus 
     1.4.15    Lassa fever virus 
     1.4.16    Lymphocytic choriomeningitis virus
     1.4.17    Lyssa virus
     1.4.18    Machupo virus
     1.4.19    Marburg virus
     1.4.20    Monkey pox virus
     1.4.21    Newcastle disease virus
     1.4.22    Peste des petits ruminants virus
     1.4.23    Porcine herpes virus (Aujeszky's disease)
     1.4.24    Rift Valley fever virus
     1.4.25    Rinderpest virus
     1.4.26    Sheep pox virus
     1.4.27    Swine fever virus (Hog cholera virus)
     1.4.28    Swine     vesicular    disease     (Porcine
enterovirus type 9)
     1.4.29    Teschen disease virus
     1.4.30Tick-borne    encephalitis    virus    (Russian
Spring-Summer encephalitis virus)
     1.4.31    Variola virus
     1.4.32    Venezuelan equine encephalitis virus
     1.4.33    Vesicular stomatitis virus
     1.4.34    Western equine encephalitis virus
     1.4.35    White pox virus
     1.4.36    Yellow fever virus

1.5  Toxins

     1.5.1     Abrin
     1.5.2     Botulinum toxins
     1.5.3     Clostridium perfringens toxins
     1.5.4     Conotoxin
     1.5.5     Diphtheria exotoxin
     1.5.6     Microcystins (Cyanginosins)
     1.5.7     Modeccin
     1.5.8     Pseudomonas exotoxin
     1.5.9     Ricin     Items   1.5.9   and  1.5.10   are
prohibited  to Iraq  save under  the procedure  of special
exceptions provided for in paragraph 32 of the Plan.
     1.5.10    Saxitoxin 2/
     1.5.11    Shiga toxin
     1.5.12    Staphylococcus aureus toxins
     1.5.13    Tetrodotoxin
     1.5.14    Verotoxin
     1.5.15    Volkensin

1.6  Fungi

     1.6.1     Colletotrichum cof feanum var. virulans
     1.6.2     Cochliobolus  miyabeanus  (Helminthosporium
oryzae)
     1.6.3Magnaporthe          grisea         (Pyricularia
grisea/Pyricularia oryzae)
     1.6.4     Microcyclus ulei (syn. Dothidella ulei)
     1.6.5     Puccinia  graminis (syn.  Puccinia graminis
f. sp. tritici)
     1.6.6     Pucciniastriiformis (syn.Puccinia glumarum)

1.7  Other organisms

     1.7.1     Eukaryotic  (non-microbial) organism  which
produce any listed toxin.

1.8  Genetically     modified    microorganisms,     other
organisms      and genetic material

     1.8.1The  above listed microorganisms  when they have
been genetically modified.

     1.8.2Other  genetically  modified  microorganisms  or
genetic  material  that  contain  nucleic  acid  sequences
derived  from any  of the  listed microorganisms,  or that
contain   nucleic   acid    sequences   associated    with
pathogenicity determinants of any listed microorganism; or
that  contain nucleic  acid sequences associated  with any
listed toxin.
     1.8.3Genetically  modified   variants  of  eukaryotic
(non-microbial) organisms which produce any listed toxin.


LIST 2 - RISK GROUP II MICROORGANISMS,  The items in  this
list do not conform fully with the criteria for risk group
II  according  to the  classification  in  the 1983  World
Health  Organization (WHO) Laboratory Biosafety Manual but
should  be considered  as  doing so  for  the purposes  of
ongoing  monitoring and  verification activities  in Iraq.
OTHER ORGANISMS AND TOXINS


(A)  HUMAN AND ANIMAL PATHOGENS

     Bacteria

     Actinobacillus actinomycetemcomitans
     Actinomadura madurae
     Actinomadura pelletieri
     Actinomyces gerencseriae
     Actinomyces israelii
     Actinomyces pyogenes
     Actinomyces spp
     Arcanobacterium     haemolyticum     (Corynebacterium
haemolyticum)
     Bacteriodes fragilis
     Bartonella bacilliformis
     Bordetella bronchiseptica
     Bordetella parapertussis
     Bordetella pertussis
     Borrelia burgdorferi
     Borrelia duttonii
     Borrelia recurrentis
     Borrelia spp
     Brucella canis
     Campylobacter jejuni
     Campylobacter spp
     Cardiobacterium hominis
     Chlamydia pneumoniae
     Chlamydia trachomatis
     Clostridium tetani
     Corynebacterium diphtheriae
     Corynebacterium minutissimum
     Corynebacterium spp
     Edwardsiella tarda
     Ehrlichia sennetsu (Rickettsia sennetsu)
     Ehrlichia spp
     Elkenella corrodens
     Enterobacter aerogenes/cloacae
     Enterobacter spp
     Enterococcus spp
     Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae
     Escherichia coli (except non-pathogenic strains)
     Flavobacterium meningosepticum
     Fluoribacter bozemanae (Legionella)
     Fusobacterium necrophorum
     Gardnerella vaginalis
     Haemophilus ducreyi
     Haemophilus influenzae
     Haemophilus spp
     Helicobacter pylori
     Klebsiella oxytoca
     Klebsiella pneumoniae
     Klebsiella spp
     Legionella pneumophila
     Legionella spp
     Listeria ivanovii
     Morganella morganii
     Mycobacterium africanum
     Mycobacterium chelonae
     Mycobacterium fortuitum
     Mycobacterium kansasii
     Mycobacterium leprae
     Mycobacterium malmoense
     Mycobacterium marinum
     Mycobacterium microti
     Mycobacterium scrofulaceum
     Mycobacterium simiae
     Mycobacterium szulgai
     Mycobacterium tuberculosis
     Mycobacterium ulcerans
     Mycobacterium xenopl
     Mycoplasma pneumoniae
     Neisseria gonorrhoeae
     Neisseria meningitidis
     Nocardia asteroides
     Nocardia brasiliensis
     Nocardia farcinica
     Nocardia nova
     Nocardia otitidiscaviarum
     Pasteurella multocida
     Peptostreptococcus anaerobius
     Plesiomonas shigelloides
     Porphyromonas spp
     Proteus mirabilis
     Proteus penneri
     Proteus vulgaris
     Providencia alcalifaciens
     Providencia rettgeri
     Providencia spp
     Pseudomonas aeruginosa
     Rhodococcus egui
     Salmonella arizonae
     Salmonella enteritidis
     Salmonella typhimurium
     Salmonella paratyphi A,B,C
     Salmonella (other serovars)
     Serpulina spp
     Shigella boydii
     Shigella flexneri
     Shigella sonnel
     Staphylococcus aureus
     Streptobacillus moniliformis
     Streptococcus pneumoniae
     Streptococcus pyogenes
     Streptococcus spp
     Treponema carateum
     Treponema pallidum
     Treponema pertenue
     Treponema spp
     Vibrio parahaemolyticus
     Vibrio spp
     Yersinia pseudotuberculosis
     Yersinia spp

     Rickettsia

     Rickettsia akari
     Rickettsia canada
     Rickettsia conorii
     Rickettsia montana
     Rickettsia spp
     Rickettsia typhi (Rickettsia mooseri)
     Rickettsia tsutsugamushi

     Viruses

     Absettarov
     Acute haemorrhagic conjunctivitis virus
     Adenoviridae
     Astroviridae
     Australia encephalitis (Murray Valley encephalitis)
     BK and JC viruses
     Buffalo pox virus
     Bunyamwera virus
     California encephalitis virus
     Central European tick-borne encephalitis virus
     Coltiviruses
     Coronaviridae
     Cow pox virus
     Coxsackie viruses
     Cytomega lovirus
     Echo viruses
     Elephant pox virus
     Epstein-Barr virus
     Hantaviruses
     Hanzalova
     Hazara virus
     Hepatitis A virus (human enterovirus type 72)
     Hepatitis B virus
     Hepatitis C virus
     Hepatitis D virus (Delta)
     Herpes virus simiae (b virus)
     Herpes simplex viruses types l and 2
     Herpesvirus varicella-zoster
     Human B-lymphotropic virus
     Human Papillomaviruses
     Human Parvovirus (B19)
     Human Rotaviruses
     Hypr
     Influenza viruses types A,B and C
     Kumlinge
     Kyasanur Forest
     Louping Ill
     Measles virus
     Milkers' node virus
     Mopeia virus and other Tacaribe viruses
     Mumps virus
     Norwalk virus
     Omsk
     Orbiviruses
     Orf virus
     Oropouche virus
     Other Bunvaviridae known to be pathogenic
     Other Caliciviridae
     Other Flaviviruses known to be pathogenic
     Other Hantaviruses
     Parainfluenza viruses types 1 to 4
     Polioviruses
     Powassan
     Prospect Hill virus
     Puumala virus
     Rabbit pox virus
     Reoviruses
     Respiratory syncytial virus
     Rhinoviruses
     Rocio
     Sandfly fever
     Seoul virus
     St. Louis Encephalitis
     Tick-borneOrthomyxoviridae:  Dhoriand Thogoto viruses
     Toscana virus
     Vaccinia virus
     Wesselsbron virus
     West Mile fever virus
     Yatapox virus (Tana & Yaba)


(B)  OTHER ANIMAL PATHOGENS

     Actinomyces spp
     African horse sickness virus
     Anaplasma marginale
     Avian encephalomyelitis virus
     Avian infectious bronchitis virus
     Avian infectious laryngotracheitis virus
     Avian leucosis virus
     Babesia spp
     Bacteroides nodosus
     Bordetella bronchiseptica
     Borrelia anserina
     Bovine malignant catarrhal fever virus
     Bovine virus diarrhoea virus
     Campylobacter fetus
     Canine distemper virus
     Caprine arthritis/encephalitis virus
     Clostridium chauvoei
     Clostridium spp
     Coccidia spp
     Cochliomyia hominivorax
     Corynebacterium pseudotuberculosis

     Cowdria ruminantum
     Cysticercus bovis
     Cysticercus cellulosae
     Dermatophilus congolensiae
     Duck hepatitis virus
     Duck virus enteritis virus
     Echinococcus spp
     Enzootic bovine leucosis virus
     Equine herpesvirus 3
     Equine infectious anaemia virus
     Equine influenza virus type A
     Equine rhinopneumonitis virus
     Erynipelou rhosiopathiae
     Fowl pox virus
     Haemophilus equigenitaliom
     Haemophilus paragallinarum
     Histoplasma jaraiminosom
     Horse pox virus
     Hypoderma spp
     Infectious arteritis virus
     Infectious bovine rhinotracheitis virus
     Infectious bursal disease virus
     Leishmania spp
     Leptospira spp
     Listeria monocytogenes
     Lumpy skin disease virus
     Maedi-visna virus
     Mareks disease virus
     Mycobacterium avium
     Mycobacterium bovis
     Mycobacterium paratuberculosis
     Mycoplasma agalactiae
     Mycoplasma capricolum var capripneumoniae
     Mycoplasma gallisepticum
     Myxomatosis virus
     Nairobi sheep disease virus
     Pasteurella haemolytica
     Pasteurella multocida
     Pasteurella tularensis
     Porcine enteroviruses
     Psoroptes ovis
     Rabies and rabies related viruses
     Salmonella abortus equi
     Salmonella abortus ovis
     Salmonella gallinarum
     Salmonella pullorum
     Salmonella spp
     Sheep pulmonary adenomatosis virus
     Streptococcus equi
     The agent of Bovine Spongiforme encephalopathy
     The   agent   of  porcine   reproductive  respiratory
syndrome
     The agent of scrapie
     The agents of horse mange
     Theileria spp
     Toxoplasma gondii
     Transmissible gastroenteritis virus
     Trichinella spiralis
     Trichomonas fetus
     Trypanoroma evansi
     Trypanosoma spp
     Viral haemarrhagic disease of rabbits virus

(C)  PLANT PATHOGENS

     Citrus greening bacterium
     Citrus tristeza closterovirus
     Fusarium oxysporum f.sp. albedinis
     Glomerella gossypii
     Phymatotrichopsis omnivora
     Pseudomonas solanacearum Race 2
     Thecaphora solani
     Tilletia indica
     Xanthomonas oryzae pvs oryzae & oryzicola

     Tricothecene-producing fungi including:

          Fusarium poae
          Fusarium sporotrichioides
          Fusarium tricinctum
          Micronectriella nivalis, anamorph
          Microdochium nivale (Syn. Fusarium nivale)
 (D)  TOXINS

     Toxins  other  than  specified   on  List  1  with  a
molecular weight of more than 250 daltons.

(E)  OTHER ORGANISMS

     Eukaryotic  (non-microbial)  organisms which  produce
any toxin.

(F)  GENETICALLY     MODIFIED    MICROORGANISMS,     OTHER
ORGANISMS      AND GENETIC MATERIAL

1.The  above listed  microorganisms  when  they have  been
genetically modified.
2.Other  genetically  modified  microorganisms or  genetic
material that  contain nucleic acid sequences derived from
any of the listed  microorganisms, or that contain nucleic
acid sequences associated with  pathogenicity determinants
of any listed microorganism;  or that contain nucleic acid
sequences associated with any listed toxin.
3.Genetically    modified     variants    of    eukaryotic
(non-microbial)  organisms  which  produce  any  toxin  as
above.






Revised annex IV to the Special Commission's Plan

Provisions related to missiles


1.  The prohibitions under the Plan apply to any ballistic
missiles or missile delivery systems (referred as "missile
systems") capable  of a range greater  than 150 kilometres
regardless  of payload,  and to  any related  major parts,
including   surface-to-surface   missiles,  space   launch
vehicles,  sounding  rockets,   cruise  missiles,   target
drones,  reconnaissance drones,  and  other  unmanned  air
vehicle  systems and  such other  items as  are identified
below as being prohibited.

2.  The following list contains equipment, other items and
technologies  capable of  being  used in  the development,
production, construction, modification  or acquisition  of
missile  systems  capable  of  a range  greater  than  150
kilometres   and  shall  therefore,   in  accordance  with
paragraph 40 of the Plan, be subject to ongoing monitoring
and verification:

     2.1Complete subsystems usable in missile systems, 
Re-entry  vehicles  and  equipment  designed  or  modified
therefor,  are prohibited.  as follows,  and technologies,
production facilities, and production  equipment therefor:


          2.1.1     Individual rocket stages;

          2.1.2     Solid- or liquid-fuel rocket engines;

          2.1.3     Guidance sets;

          2.1.4     Thrust vector controls, including,

               2.1.4.1   Flexible nozzles;
               2.1.4.2   Fluid     or     secondary    gas
injection                          systems;
               2.1.4.3   Movable engines or nozzles;
               2.1.4.4Deflection  systems  of the  exhaust
gas stream (e.g. jet vanes or probes); and
               2.1.4.5   Thrust tabs.

          2.1.5     Warhead  or   weapon  safing,  arming,
fuzing and firing mechanisms.

     2.2Propulsion  components  and  equipment,  including
components, equipment,   Such  components   and  equipment
cover  the  following,   and  production  facilities   and
production equipment therefor:

     1.Ramjet/scramjet/pulse  jet/combined  cycle engines,
including devices  to regulate combustion,  and components
therefor;

     2.Hybrid rocket motors and components therefor.

     3.Lightweight  turbojet,  turbofan and  turbocompound
engines that are small and fuel efficient, as follows:

     a.Engines with both of the following characteristics:

          i.Maximum  thrust  greater than  1000N (achieved
un-installed)  excluding  civil certified  engines  with a
maximum    thrust    greater    than   8,890N    (achieved
un-installed), and

                 ii.Specific    fuel     consumption    of
0.13kg/N/hr  or less  (at  sea level  static and  standard
conditions); or

          b.Engines  designed  or  modified   for  missile
systems,   regardless   of   thrust   or   specific   fuel
consumption.  propellant  and  constituent  chemicals  for
propellantsusable  in  missile  systems,  and  technology,
production facilities and production equipment, 
Production  equipment  also covers  flow-forming machines,
including machines combining the function  of spin-forming
and flow-forming, components and software therefor:

     1.which,  according  to the  manufacturer's technical
specification,   are  capable   of  being   equipped  with
numerical control  units or a computer  control, even when
not equipped with such units at delivery, and

2.with  more than  two  axes which  are  capable of  being
coordinated  simultaneously  for  contouring  control.  as
follows:

          2.2.1Rocket-motor cases and production equipment
therefor   including   interior  lining,   insulation  and
nozzles, and the technology, the production facilities and
production equipment therefor;

          2.2.2Staging mechanisms and production equipment
therefor including separation  mechanisms and  interstages
therefor, and clustering  mechanisms, and the  technology,
production facilities and production equipment therefor;

          2.2.3Liquid-fuel control  systems and components
therefor including liquid and slurry propellant (including
oxidizers)  control  systems,  and   components  therefor,
designed or modified to operate in  vibration environments
of more than  5 g RMS between 20 Hz and  2,000 Hz, and the
technology,  the  production  facilities   and  production
equipment therefor and also including:

          2.2.3.1Servo valves designed for flow rates of 5
litres  per minute  or  greater, at  an absolute  pressure
of4,000  kPa  (600  psi)  or  greater,  with  an  actuator
response time of less than 100 msec;    Servo       valves
designed  for  flow rates  of  24  litres  per  minute  or
greater, at an absolute pressure  of 7,000 kPa (1,000 psi)
or  greater, with an  actuator response time  of less than
100 msec are prohibited.

               2.2.3.2Pumps, for  liquid propellants, with
shaft  speeds equal to or  greater than 6,000  RPM or with
discharge  pressures equal  to or  greater than  4,000 kPa
(600 psi)  or with a flow rate of 200 litres per minute or
greater at atmospheric pressure.   Pumps,    for    liquid
propellants, with  shaft speeds  equal to or  greater than
8,000 RPM or with discharge pressures equal  to or greater
than 7,000 kPa  (1,000 psi)  or 450 litres  per minute  or
greater at standard atmospheric pressure are prohibited.

          2.2.4Propellants  and constituent  chemicals for
propellants, including:

               2.2.4.1   Propulsive substances:

                    2.2.4.1.1Hydrazine        with       a
concentration of more than 70 per cent and its derivatives
including monomethylhydrazine (MMH);

                    2.2.4.1.2 U n s y m m e t r i c
dimethylhydrazine                            (UDMH);

                    2.2.4.1.3Ammonium   perchlorate,   and
other solid oxidizers including salts of Nitroformic acid,
Dinitroamines, Nitramines and Nitrocubanes;

                    2.2.4.1.4Spherical   aluminium  powder
with  particles of  uniform diameter  of less  than 500  x
1O-6m (500 micrometer) and an aluminium  content of 97 per
cent by weight or greater;

                    2.2.4.1.5Metal fuels in particle sizes
less than  500 x  10-6m (500 microns),  whether spherical,
atomized, spheroidal, flaked  or ground, consisting of  97
per  cent by  weight  or more  of  any of  the  following:
zirconium, beryllium,  boron, magnesium, zinc,  and alloys
of these; Misch metal;

                    2.2.4.1.6Nitro-amines
cyclotetramethylenetetranitramine                   (HMX),
cyclotrimethylenetrinitramine (RDX);

                    2.2.4.1.7Perchlorates,   chlorates  or
chromates mixed with powdered  metals or other high energy
fuel components;

     2.2.4.1.8Carboranes,  decaboranes,  pentaboranes  and
derivatives thereof;

                    2.2.4.1.9 Liquid     oxidizers,     as
follows:

                         2.2.4.1.9.1    Dinitrogen
trioxide;

                         2.2.4.1.9.2Nitrogen
dioxide/dinitrogen tetroxide;

                         2.2.4.1.9.3    Dinitrogen
pentoxide;

                         2.2.4.1.9.4Inhibited  Red  Fuming
Nitric Acid (IRFNA);

                         2.2.4.1.9.5Compounds  composed of
fluorine and  one or  more of  other  halogens, oxygen  or
nitrogen;

                         2.2.4.1.9.6Hydrogen peroxide with
a concentration greater than 70 per cent.

               2.2.4.2   Polymeric substances:

                    2.2.4.2.1 Carboxyl-terminated
polybutadiene (CTPB);

                    2.2.4.2.2 Hydroxyl-terminated
polybutadiene (HTPB);

                    2.2.4.2.3 Glycidyl    azide    polymer
(GAP);

                    2.2.4.2.4 Polybutadiene-acrylic   acid
(PBAA);

                    2.2.4.2.5Polybutadiene-acrylic
acid-acrylonitrile (PBAN);

                    2.2.4.2.6Oxetanes  including  polymers
of nitro methyl oxetane  (NIMMO), and 3,3 Bis (azidomethyl
oxetane)(BAMO).

               2.2.4.3   Propellants:

                    2.2.4.3.1Composite         propellants
including  case bonded  propellants  and propellants  with
nitrated binders;

                    2.2.4.3.2Noncomposite      propellants
including double base propellants.

               2.2.4.4Other     high     energy    density
propellants, with  an energy density of 40 x 106 joules/kg
or greater, e.g. boron slurry.

               2.2.4.5   Other  propellant  additives  and
agents:
                    2.2.4.5.1 Bonding agents as follows:


2.2.4.5.1.1Tris(1-(2-methyl)aziridinyl)   phosphine  oxide
(MAPO);


2.2.4.5.1.2Trimesol-1(2-ethyl)aziridine (HX-868, BITA);

                         2.2.4.5.1.3         "Tepanol"
(HX-878),   reaction  product   of  teraethylenepentamine,
acrylonitrile and glycidol;

                         2.2.4.5.1.4    "Tepan"  (HX-879),
reaction production of tetlenepentamine and acrylonitrile;

                         2.2.4.5.1.5
Polyfunctional   aziridene    amides   with   isophthalic,
trimesic,  isocyanuric, or trimethyladipic backbone with a
2-methyl or  2-ethyl  aziridine group  (HX-752, H-874  and
HX-877).

                    2.2.4.5.2 Curing agents  and catalysts
as follows:

                         2.2.4.5.2.1    Triphenyl  bismuth
(TPB);

                    2.2.4.5.3 Burning  rate  modifiers  as
follows:

                         2.2.4.5.3.1
Catocene;

                         2.2.4.5.3.2    N-butyl-ferrocene;

                         2.2.4.5.3.3    Butacene;

                         2.2.4.5.3.4    Other    ferrocene
derivatives.

                    2.2.4.5.4Nitrate       esters      and
nitratoplasticizers as follows:

                         2.2.4.5.4.1Triethylene     glycol
dinitrate (TEGDN);

                         2.2.4.5.4.2Trimethylolethane
trinitrate (TMETN);

                         2.2.4.5.4.31,   2,  4-butanetriol
trinitrate(BTTN);

                         2.2.4.5.4.4Diethylene      glycol
dinitrate (DEGDN).

                    2.2.4.5.5 Stabilizers as follows:

                         2.2.4.5.5.1
2-nitrodiphenylamine;

                         2.2.4.5.5.2
N-methyl-p-nitroaniline.

          2.2.5Production    technology   or    production
equipment   for   missile   propellants   and   propellant
constituents and specially  designed components  therefor,
including:

     2.2.5.1Production, handling or acceptance  testing of
liquid propellants or propellant constituents described in
para. 2.2.4.

          2.2.5.2Production,  handling,   mixing,  curing,
casting,  pressing,  machining,  extruding  or  acceptance
testing  of solid  propellants or  propellant constituents
described in para. 2.2.4, including:

                    2.2.5.2.1Batch   mixers,   capable  of
mixing under vacuum in the range of zero to 13.326 kPa and
of controlling the temperature  of the mixing chamber, and
with  a total volumetric capacity of 110 litre or more and
at least one mixing/kneading shaft mounted off centre. 
Such batch mixers with a total volumetric capacity of more
than 210  litres are  prohibited.  Continuous  mixers with
the same pressure and temperature characteristic  and with
two or  more mixing/kneading  shafts and capacity  to open
the mixing chamber are also prohibited.

                    2.2.5.2.2Equipment for  the production
of atomized  or spherical metallic powder  in a controlled
environment;

                    2.2.5.2.3Fluid   energy   mills    for
grinding or milling ammonium perchlorate, RDX or HMX.

     2.3Guidance  and  control  equipment, flight  control
systems, and avionics equipment.  

          2.3.1Gyroscopes,  accelerometers  and   inertial
equipment,     Continuous  output accelerometers  or gyros
of any  type, designed to function  at acceleration levels
greater    than   100   g,   are   prohibited.   including
instrumentation,   navigation    and   direction   finding
equipment and systems,  and production and test  equipment
therefor,   as  follows,   and  components   and  software
therefor:

               2.3.1.1Integrated     flight     instrument
systems, including gyrostabilizers or automatic pilots and
integration software therefor, usable in missile systems;

               2.3.1.2Gyro-astro   compasses   and   other
devices which  derive position or orientation  by means of
automatically tracking celestial bodies or satellites;

               2.3.1.3Accelerometers  with a  threshold of
0.5 g or less, or a linearity error of less  than 0.25 per
cent  of full scale output,  or both, designed  for use in
inertial navigation systems or  in guidance systems of all
types except those specially designed and developed as MWD
(Measurement While  Drilling) Sensors for use  in downhole
well service operations;

               2.3.1.4All types of gyros usable in missile
systems,  with a rated drift rate stability of less than 5
degrees (1 sigma or rms) per hour in a 1 g environment;

               2.3.1.5Inertial  or  other equipment  using
accelerometers   described  by   para  2.3.1.3   or  gyros
described by para 2.3.1.4,  and systems incorporating such
equipment, and integration software therefor;

               2.3.1.6Test,  calibration,  and   alignment
equipment, and production equipment for items specified in
2.3.1.1 to 2.3.1.5 above, including:

                    2.3.1.6.1For laser gyro equipment, the
following equipment used to characterize mirrors, with the
threshold accuracy shown or better:

                         2.3.1.6.1.1    Scatterometer  (10
ppm);

                         2.3.1.6.1.2    Reflectometer  (50
ppm);

                         2.3.1.6.1.3    Profilometer    (5
Angstroms).

                    2.3.1.6.2 For      other      inertial
equipment:

                         2.3.1.6.2.1Inertial   Measurement
Unit (IMU Module) Tester;

                         2.3.1.6.2.2    IMU       Platform
Tester;

                         2.3.1.6.2.3IMU   Stable   Element
Handling   Fixture;

                    2.3.1.6.2.4IMU     Platform    Balance
fixture;

                         2.3.1.6.2.5    Gyro  Tuning  Test
Station;

                         2.3.1.6.2.6    Gyro       Dynamic
Balance Station;

                         2.3.1.6.2.7Gyro Run-In/Motor Test
Station;

                         2.3.1.6.2.8Gyro   Evacuation  and
Filling    Station;

                         2.3.1.6.2.9Centrifuge Fixture for
Gyro       Bearings;

                         2.3.1.6.2.10Accelerometer    Axis
Align Station;

                         2.3.1.6.2.11Accelerometer    Test
Station.

          2.3.2Flight control systems  and technology,  as
follows, designed  or modified for use  in missile systems
and  the   test,  calibration,  and   alignment  equipment
therefor:

               2.3.2.1Hydraulic,               mechanical,
electro-optical,  or   electro-mechanical  flight  control
systems (including fly-by-wire systems);

               2.3.2.2   Attitude control equipment;

               2.3.2.3Design technology for integration of
air  vehicle  fuselage,  propulsion  system   and  lifting
control  surfaces  to  optimize   aerodynamic  performance
throughout the flight regime of an unmanned air vehicle;

               2.3.2.4Design technology for integration of
the flight  control, guidance, and propulsion  data into a
flight management system for optimization of rocket system
trajectory.

          2.3.3Avionics equipment,      Including:

          1.   Terrain contour mapping equipment;
          2.Scene  mapping  and correlation  (both digital
and analog) equipment;
          3.Doppler navigation radar equipment;
          4.Passive interferometer equipment;
          5.Imaging  sensor  equipment  (both  active  and
passive). technology and  components, as follows, designed
or  modified  for use  in  missile  systems, and  software
therefor:

               2.3.3.1Radar   and  laser   radar  systems,
including altimeters;

               2.3.3.2Passive   sensors  for   determining
bearings  to  specific electromagnetic  sources (direction
finding equipment) or terrain characteristics;

               2.3.3.3Global  Positioning System  (GPS) or
similar satellite receivers;

                    2.3.3.3.1Capable      of     providing
navigation information  at speeds  in excess of  515 m/sec
(1,000 nautical miles/hour) and  at altitudes in excess of
18 km (60,000 feet); or

                    2.3.3.3.2Designed or  modified for use
with missile systems.

               2.3.3.4Electronic assemblies and components
designed,  modified,  tested, certified,  or  screened for
military use  and operation  at temperatures in  excess of
125f C.

               2.3.3.5Design technology  for protection of
avionics and electrical subsystems against electromagnetic
pulse (EMP) and electromagnetic interference (EMI) hazards
from external sources, as follows:

                    2.3.3.5.1 Design     technology    for
shielding systems;

                    2.3.3.5.2Design  technology  for   the
configuration   of   hardened   electrical  circuits   and
subsystems;

                    2.3.3.5.3Determination   of  hardening
criteria for the above.

     2.4Equipment  and technology  for  the production  of
structural  composites  usable  in  missile   systems,  as
follows, and components, accessories andsoftware therefor,
and structural  materials  usable in  missile  systems  as
follows:

          2.4.1Filament  winding  machines  for which  the
motions for positioning,  wrapping and winding  fibres are

capable of  being coordinated  and programmed in  three or
more axes,  designed to fabricate composite  structures or
laminates  from  fibrous  or  filamentary  materials,  and
coordinating and programming controls;

          2.4.2Tape-laying machines for which  the motions
for positioning and laying tape and sheets are capable  of
being  coordinated and  programmed  in two  or more  axes,
designed for  the manufacture  of composite  airframes and
missile structures;

          2.4.3Multi-directional,        multi-dimensional
weaving  machines  or   interlacing  machines,   including
adapters and modification kits for weaving, interlacing or
braiding  fibres  to  manufacture   composite  structures,
except textile  machinery not  modified for the  above end
uses;

          2.4.4Equipment  designed  or  modified  for  the
production of fibrous or filamentary materials as follows:

               2.4.4.1Equipment  for  converting polymeric
fibres (e.g. polyacrylonitrile, rayon  or polycarbosilane)
including special  provision to  strain  the fibre  during
heating;

               2.4.4.2Equipment for  the vapour deposition
of elements  or compounds  on heated  filament substrates;
and

               2.4.4.3Equipment  for  the wet-spinning  of
refractory ceramics (such as aluminium oxide);

          2.4.5Equipment designed or modified  for special
fibre surface treatment and equipment designed or modified
for producing prepregs and preforms, including:

               2.4.5.1   Rollers;

               2.4.5.2   Tension stretchers;

               2.4.5.3   Coating equipment;

               2.4.5.4   Cutting equipment; and

               2.4.5.5   Clicker dies.

          2.4.6Technical   data    (including   processing
conditions)   and   procedures  for   the   regulation  of
temperature,  pressures  or  atmosphere in  autoclaves  or
hydroclaves in  the production of composites  or partially
processed composites.
          2.4.7Components   and    accessories   for   the
machines,  including moulds, mandrels,  dies, fixtures and
tooling  for  the   preform  pressing,  curing,   casting,
sintering  or bonding  of composite  structures, laminates
and manufactures thereof.

          2.4.8     Structural materials usable in missile
systems, as follows:

               2.4.8.1Composite structures, laminates, and
manufactures thereof,  designed  or modified  for  missile
systems  or   the  subsystems  in  para   2.1,  and  resin
impregnated  fibre  prepregs  using resins  with  a  glass
transition  temperature (Tg), after cure, exceeding 145f C

as determined  by ASTM D4065 or  national equivalents, and
metal-coated  fibre preforms  therefor,  made either  with
organic  matrix  or  metal  matrix  utilizing  fibrous  or
filamentary   reinforcements   with  a   specific  tensile
strength greater than 7.62 x 104  m (3 x 106 inches) and a
specific modulus greater  than 3.18  x 106 m  (1.25 x  108
inches);

               2.4.8.2Resaturated     pyrolized     (i.e.,
carbon-carbon) materials designed for missile systems;

               2.4.8.3Fine   grain   recrystallized   bulk
graphites  (with  a bulk  density  of at  least  1.72 g/cc
measured  at 15f  C and  having a  particle size of  100 x
10-6m  (100  microns)  or  less),  pyrolytic,  or  fibrous
reinforced graphites usable for rocket nozzles and reentry
vehicle nose tips;

               2.4.8.4Ceramic      composite     materials
(dielectric constant  less than 6 at  frequencies from 100
Hz to 10,000  MHz) for  use in missile  radomes, and  bulk
machinable  silicon  carbide  reinforced  unfired  ceramic
usable for nose tips;

               2.4.8.5Tungsten,  molybdenum and  alloys of
these metals  in the form of uniform spherical or atomized
particles of 500 micrometer diameter or less with a purity
of 97 per cent  or higher for fabrication of  rocket motor
components,  including  heat  shields, nozzle  substrates,
nozzle throats and thrust vector control surfaces;

               2.4.8.6Maraging  steels  (steels  generally
with  high  nickel,  very  low carbon  content  and  using
substitutional   elements   or  precipitates   to  produce
age-hardening) with an ultimate  tensile strength of 1.5 x
109 Pa or greater, measured at 20f C in the form of sheet,
plate or tubing with a wall or plate thickness equal to or
less than 5.0 mm (0.2 inch).

     2.5Pyrolytic  deposition and  densification equipment
and technology as follows:

          2.5.1Technology   for   producing  pyrolytically
derived  materials formed  on  a mould,  mandrel or  other
substrate  from  precursor gases  which  decompose in  the
1,300f C to 2,900f C temperature range at pressures of 130
Pa (1 mm  Hg) to 20 kPa  (150 mm Hg)  including technology
for the  composition  of precursor  gases, flow-rates  and
process control schedules and parameters;

          2.5.2     Nozzles for the above processes;

          2.5.3Equipment   and   process   controls,   and
software therefor, designed or modified  for densification
and pyrolysis of structural composites, including:

               2.5.3.1Isostatic  presses  with  a  maximum
working pressure  of 69  MPa (10,000  psi) or greater  and
designed  to  achieve and  maintain  a controlled  thermal
environment of 600f C or greater, and possessing a chamber
cavity  with an inside diameter  of 254 mm  (10 inches) or
greater;

               2.5.3.2Chemical vapour deposition  furnaces
designed   or   modified    for   the   densification   of
carbon-carbon composites.

     2.6Launch  and  ground support  equipment, facilities
and software usable for missile systems, as follows:

          2.6.1Apparatus and devices designed  or modified
for  the handling,  control, activation  and  launching of
missile systems;

          2.6.2Vehicles  designed  or  modified   for  the
transport, handling, control, activation and  launching of
missile systems;

          2.6.3Gravity   meters   (gravimeters),   gravity
gradiometers, and specially designed  components therefor,
designed or modified for airborne  or marine use, and with
a static or operational  accuracy of 7 x 10-6  m/sec2 (0.7
milligal)   or  better,   and  a   time  to   steady-state
registration of two minutes or less;

          2.6.4Telemetering   and   telecontrol  equipment
usable for missile systems;

          2.6.5     Precision tracking systems, including:

               2.6.5.1Tracking systems  Tracking   systems
specified in para. 2.6.5.1 with a range greater than 150km
are  prohibited. using  a code  translator  or transponder
installed  on the  missile systems  and either  surface or
airborne  references  or navigation  satellite  systems to
provide real  time measurements of  in-flight position and
velocity;

               2.6.5.2Range instrumentation radars 
Range  instrumentation radars  specified in  para. 2.6.5.2
with a range greater  than 150km are prohibited. including
associated  optical/infrared  trackers  and  the  software
therefor  with   an  angular  resolution   better  than  3
milli-radians  (0.5 mils), and a range of 30 km or greater
with a range resolution  better than 10 metres RMS,  and a
velocity resolution better than 3 metres per second; and

               2.6.5.3Software with  post-flight, recorded
data, for the determination of vehicle position throughout
its flight path.

     2.7Analog  computers,  digital  computers or  digital
differential  analyzers and  analog-to-digital converters,
including:

          2.7.1Analog  computers,  digital  computers,  or
digital differential analyzers  usable in missile systems,
having either of the following characteristics:

               2.7.1.1Rated  for  continuous operation  at
temperatures from below minus  45f C to above plus  55f C;
or

               2.7.1.2Designed as  ruggedized or radiation
hardened; and

          2.7.2Analog-to-digital  converters,   usable  in
missile    systems,   with   either   of   the   following
characteristics:

     2.7.2.1Designed to meet  military specifications  for
ruggedized equipment; or,

               2.7.2.2Designed,      modified,     tested,
certified  or screened for military use,  and being one of
the following types:

               2.7.2.2.1Analog-to-digital        converter
microcircuits, with  a  resolution of  8 bits  or more  or
which are radiation-hardened; and  are rated for operation
in the temperature range  from below minus 45f C  to above
plus 125f C; and are hermetically sealed; and

               2.7.2.2.2Electrical        input       type
analog-to-digital  converter  printed  circuit  boards  or
modules, with having a resolution of 8 bits or more, which
are  rated for  operation  in the  temperature range  from
below  minus  45f  C  to  above  plus  55f  C,  and  which
incorporate microcircuits listed in paragraph 2.7.2.2.1.

     2.8Test facilities  and equipment usable  for missile
systems or sub-systems, as follows, and software therefor:

          2.8.1Vibration   test  systems   and  components
therefor, as follows:

               2.8.1.1Vibration    test   systems    using
feedback   or  closed   loop  techniques  and   a  digital
controller, capable of  vibrating a system  at 10g RMS  or
more over the entire range 20  Hz to 2000 Hz and imparting
forces of  25 kN  (5,625 lbs),  measured "bare  table", or
greater;

               2.8.1.2Digital   controllers,   which   use
specially  designed  vibration   test  software,  with   a
real-time bandwidth  greater than  5 kHz and  designed for
use with vibration test systems in paragraph 2.8.1.1;

               2.8.1.3Vibration thrusters  (shaker units),
with   or  without   associated  amplifiers,   capable  of
imparting a force  of 25  kN (5,625  lbs), measured  "bare
table", or  greater, and usable in  vibration test systems
in paragraph 2.8.1.1;

               2.8.1.4Test  piece  support structures  and
electronic units designed to combine multiple shaker units
into  a complete  shaker  system capable  of providing  an
effective total  force of 25kN, measured  "bare table", or
greater, and usable in vibration test systems in paragraph
2.8.1.1.

          2.8.2     Wind-tunnels;

          2.8.3Test  benches/stands  capable  of  handling
solid  or liquid  propellant rockets  or rocket  motors of
more than 10  kN of thrust,  or capable of  simultaneously
measuring the three axial thrust components;

          2.8.4Environmental    chambers    and   anechoic
chambers  capable  of   simulating  the  following  flight
conditions at altitudes of 15,000 meters or greater, or at
temperatures of at least minus                50f   C   to
plus 125f C, and either vibration environments of 10 g RMS
or  greater between 20 Hz and 2,000 Hz imparting forces of
5 kN  or greater, for environmental  chambers, or acoustic
environments at  an overall sound pressure level of 140 dB
orgreater (referenced to 2  x 10-5 N per square  metre) or
with a rated power  output of 4 kiloWatts or  greater, for
anechoic chambers.

          2.8.5Accelerators    except    those   specially
designed  for  medical  purposes,  capable  of  delivering
electromagnetic  radiation  produced  by  "Bremsstrahlung"
from  accelerated  electrons  of  2 MeV  or  greater,  and
systems containing those accelerators.

     2.9Software,  or  software  with   related  specially
designed hybrid (combined analogue/digital) computers, for
modelling (including  in  particular the  aerodynamic  and
thermodynamic  analysis  of the  systems),  simulation, or
design integration of missile systems or subsystems.

     2.10Materials,  devices,  and  software  for  reduced
observables (e.g. radar reflectivity, ultraviolet/infrared
signatures   and   acoustic   signatures,   i.e.   stealth
technology), for applications  usable for missile  systems
or subsystems including:

          2.10.1Structural    materials    and    coatings
specially designed for reduced radar reflectivity;

          2.10.2Coatings,   including   paints,  specially
designed   for  reduced   or   tailored  reflectivity   or
emissivity  in  the  microwave,  infrared  or  ultraviolet
spectra;

          2.10.3Software  or  databases  for  analysis  of
signature reduction;

          2.10.4    Radar   cross    section   measurement
systems.

     2.11Material  and  devices  for   protecting  missile
systems  against  nuclear  effects  (e.g.  Electromagnetic
Pulse (EMP), X-rays, combined  blast and thermal effects),
as follows:

          2.11.1    Radiation  Hardened microcircuits  and
detectors;

          2.11.2Radomes designed to  withstand a  combined
thermal shock greater than 100 cal/sq cm  accompanied by a
peak over pressure of greater than 50 kPa.

3.   The initial  information under  paragraph  43 of  the
Plan  to  be provided  not later  than  30 days  after the
adoption  of the Plan by the  Security Council shall cover
the period  from 1  January 1988.   Subsequent information
shall  be provided each 15  January and 15  July and shall
cover the six-month  period prior to the  provision of the
information.  Notifications under paragraph 44 of the Plan
shall be provided not later than 14 days prior to the date
of launch.

4.   Whenever  the information which  Iraq is  required to
provide  under section  E of  the Plan  and this  annex is
equal to nil, Iraq shall provide nil returns.

5.   The information on sites or facilities to be provided
under  section  E  of the  Plan  shall  for  each site  or
facility include:

     5.1  The  name of  the site  or facility  and of  the
owner,  company  or  enterprise  operating  the  site   or
facility;

     5.2  The location of the site or facility;

     5.3The sources  and amounts  of the financing  of the
site or facility, and of its activities;

     5.4A  general description of  all types of activities
at the site or facility;

     5.5List  of equipment,  other items  and technologies
specified  in paragraph 1 of this annex used or present at
the site or facility and their quantities;

     5.6A  detailed description  of activities  related to
the equipment,  other items and technologies  specified in
paragraph 1 of this annex.

6.   The location of a site or facility shall be specified
by  means of the address  and site diagram.   Each diagram
shall be drawn to scale and  shall indicate the boundaries
of the site or  facility, all road and rail  entrances and
exits  and  all  structures   on  the  site  or  facility,
indicating  their purpose.   If  the site  or  facility is
located within a larger complex, the diagram shall specify
the exact  location  of the  site or  facility within  the
complex.  On each diagram, the geographic coordinates of a
point within  the site or  facility shall be  specified to
the nearest second.

7.   The information  on each import to  be provided under
section E of the Plan shall include:

     7.1Specification  of  each   item  and  the  quantity
imported and the purpose of its use in Iraq;

     7.2Country of  origin of  each item and  the quantity
imported and the purpose of its use in Iraq;

     7.3  Point or port and  time of entry of the  item in
Iraq;

     7.4  Project and site  or facility where it  is to be
used;

     7.5  Name of  the specific importing  organization in
Iraq.


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