The States Parties hereby agree upon: (a) lists, valid as of the date of Treaty signature, of existing types of conventional armaments and equipment subject to the measures of limitation, reduction, information exchange and verification; (b) procedures for the provision of technical data and photographs relevant to such existing types of conventional armaments and equipment; and (c) procedures for updating the lists of such existing types of conventional armaments and equipment, in accordance with Article II of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe of November 19, 1990, hereinafter referred to as the Treaty.
SECTION I. EXISTING TYPES OF CONVENTIONAL ARMAMENTS AND
1. Existing types of battle tanks are:
Leopard 1 T-64
Leopard 2 T-72
All models and versions of an existing type of battle tank listed above shall be deemed to be battle tanks of that type.
2. Existing types of armoured combat vehicles are:
(A) Armoured Personnel Carriers:
AMX-13 VTT BTR-152
TPz-1 Fuchs OT-90
VAB FUG D-442
AFV 432 PSZH D-944
All models and versions of an existing type of armoured personnel carrier listed above shall be deemed to be armoured personnel carriers of that type, unless such models and versions are included in the armoured personnel carrier look-alike list in Section II, paragraph 1 of this Protocol.
*This multi-purpose lightly armoured vehicle may be exceptionally modified within 40 months of entry into force of the Treaty into an armoured personnel carrier look-alike listed in Section II, paragraph 1 of this Protocol as MT-LB-AT by alteration of the interior of the vehicle through the removal of the left-hand combat infantry squad seating and the welding of the ammunition racking to the side and the floor at a minimum of six points so that the vehicle is not capable of transporting a combat infantry squad. Such modifications may be accomplished at locations other than reduction sites. MT-LB armoured personnel carriers that have not been modified shall be reported in accordance with the Protocol on Information Exchange as armoured personnel carriers.
(B) Armoured Infantry Fighting Vehicles:
YPR-765 (25mm) BMP-1/BRM-1
M2/M3 Bradley BMD-1
AFV 432 Rarden BMD-2
All models and versions of an existing type of an armoured infantry fighting vehicle listed above shall be deemed to be armoured infantry fighting vehicles of that type, unless such models and versions are included in the armoured infantry fighting vehicle look-alike list in Section II, paragraph 2 of this Protocol.
(C) Heavy Armament Combat Vehicles:
ERC 90 Sagaye SU-76
Commando V150 ISU-152
All models and versions of an existing type of heavy armament combat vehicle listed above shall be deemed to be heavy armament combat vehicles of that type.
3. Existing types of artillery are:
(A) Guns, Howitzers and Artillery Pieces Combining the Characteristics
of Guns and Howitzers:
(C) Multiple Launch Rocket Systems:
All models and versions of an existing type of artillery listed above shall be deemed to be artillery of that type.
4. Existing types of combat aircraft are:
Alpha Jet A MiG-15
All models or versions of an existing type of combat aircraft listed above shall be deemed to be combat aircraft of that type.
5. Existing types of attack helicopters are:
(A) Specialised Attack Helicopters:
A-129 Mangusta Mi-24
Subject to the provisions in Section I, paragraph 3 of the Protocol on Helicopter Recategorisation, all models or versions of an existing type of specialised attack helicopter listed above shall be deemed to be specialised attack helicopters of that type.
(B) Multi-Purpose Attack Helicopters:
A-109 Hirundo IAR-316
Alouette III Mi-8/Mi-17
Fennec AS 550 C-2
Subject to the provisions in Section I, paragraphs 4 and 5 of the Protocol
on Helicopter Recategorisation, all models or versions of an existing
type of multi-purpose attack helicopter listed above shall be deemed to
be multi-purpose attack helicopters of that type.
SECTION II. EXISTING TYPES OF CONVENTIONAL ARMAMENTS AND EQUIPMENT NOT LIMITED BY THE TREATY
1. Existing types of armoured personnel carrier look-alikes are:
YPR-765 MILAN BTR-40 CP
PRCOC1 BTR-50 PU
PRCOC5 PUR 82
PRMR PK (MRF)
AMX-13 VTT MILAN PK (B)
A1/A2 (ATGW) BTR-60 PU
E/W TOW PU-12/PA PU-12
MORTFC R-137 B
A1E R-140 BM
Mortar Carrier R-145
HFTRSM R-409 BM
4.2"/M106 A1 4.2" R-975
M106 81mm MTP-2
M-125 81mm 1V18, 1V19
M125 A1 81mm 1V118
M125 A2 81mm B
TPz-1 FUCHS HFTRSM SPR-2
AD CP BREM
NBC BTR-80 1V119
M59 CP BTR-D ZD
RD LEONIDAS 1
VAB PC WPT/DPT-62
BMR-600 SIG R-2M
SAMSON OT-64(SKOT) CP
SAXON AD R-4MT
AFV 432 CP/RA R-6
AFV 435 S-260 inz.
AFV 436 S-260 art.
OT 90 VP 90
CP FUG D-442 VS
OT-65/R-112 YP 408 PWMR OT-65 DP
PWCO OT-65 CH
PWRDR PSZH D-944 CP
BTR-50 PU KShM-R-81
BTR-60 PU-12/PA PU-12 1W-13-16
R-409 BM Beta 3M
P-238 BT SPR-1
P-240 BT WPT/DTP
P-241 BT BREM
MTP-LB MT-LB PI BRM Sova/
MP-21-25 BRM 30
AFMS TAB-71 A
R-381 T TERA-71-L
R-330 P AR
MTP-LB TAB-77 A
TERA-77-L RCH-84 PCOMA
2. Existing types of armoured infantry fighting vehicle lookalikes are:
WARRIOR RA BMP-1 KSh
REC PRP-3, -4
BMP-1 MTP B
3. Existing types of primary trainer aircraft which are designed and constructed for primary flying training and which may possess only limited armament capability necessary for basic training in weapon delivery techniques are:
Alpha Jet E I-22
C-101 Aviojet IAR-99
Jet Provost TS-11
4. Existing types of combat support helicopters are:
A-109 Hirundo IAR-316
Alouette II Mi-2
Alouette III Mi-6
Bell 47/AB 47/Sioux
Fennec AS 555 A
5. Existing types of unarmed transport helicopters which are not equipped for the employment of weapons are:
AB 47 Mi-2
Alouette II SA-365N Dauphin
CH53 W-3 Sokol
Cougar AS 532 U
Dauphin AS 365 N1 Hughes 300
Sea King/H-3F/HAR 3
6. Existing types of armoured vehicle launched bridges are:
M47 AVLB MTU
M48 AVLB MT-20
M60 AVLB MT-55A
Centurion AVLB MTU-72
Chieftain AVLB BLG-60
Brueckenlegepanzer Biber/Leopard 1 AVLB BLG-67M
SECTION III. TECHNICAL DATA AND PHOTOGRAPHS
1. Technical data, in accordance with the agreed categories in the Annex to this Protocol, together with photographs presenting the right or left side, top and front views for each of its existing types of conventional armaments and equipment listed in Sections I and II of this Protocol shall be provided by each State Party to all other States Parties at the signature of the Treaty. In addition, photographs of armoured personnel carrier look- alikes and armoured infantry fighting vehicle look-alikes shall include a view of such vehicles so as to show clearly their internal configuration illustrating the specific characteristic which distinguishes this particular vehicle as a look-alike. Photographs in addition to those required by this paragraph may be provided at the discretion of each State Party.
2. Each existing type of conventional armaments and equipment listed in Sections I and II of this Protocol shall have a model or version of that type designated as an exemplar. Photographs shall be provided for each such designated exemplar pursuant to paragraph 1 of this Section. Photographs shall not be required of models and versions of a type that have no significant externally observable differences from the exemplar of that type. The photographs of each exemplar of a type shall contain an annotation of the existing type designation and national nomenclature for all models and versions of the type that the photographs of the exemplar represent. The photographs of each exemplar of a type shall contain an annotation of the technical data for that type in accordance with the agreed categories in the Annex to this Protocol. In addition, the annotation shall indicate all models and versions of the type that the photographs of the exemplar represent. Such technical data shall be annotated on the side view photograph.
SECTION IV. UPDATES OF EXISTING TYPES LISTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF THE STATES PARTIES
1. This Protocol constitutes agreement by the States Parties only with respect to existing types of conventional armaments and equipment as well as with respect to the categories of technical data set forth in Sections I and II of the Annex to this Protocol.
2. Each State Party shall be responsible for the accuracy of technical data for only its own conventional armaments and equipment provided in accordance with Section III of this Protocol.
3. Each State Party shall notify all other States Parties, upon the entry into service with the armed forces of that State Party within the area of application, of: (a) any new type of conventional armaments and equipment which meets one of the definitions in Article II of the Treaty or which falls under a category listed in this Protocol, and (b) any new model or version of a type listed in this Protocol. At the same time, each State Party shall provide all other States Parties with the technical data and photographs required by Section III of this Protocol.
4. As soon as possible, and in any case no later than 60 days following a notification pursuant to paragraph 3 of this Section, the States Parties shall initiate update actions, in accordance with the provisions set forth in Article XVI of the Treaty and the Protocol on the Joint Consultative Group, for the lists of existing types of conventional armaments and equipment in Sections I and II of this Protocol.
ANNEX TO THE PROTOCOL ON EXISTING TYPES OF CONVENTIONAL ARMAMENTS AND EQUIPMENT
SECTION I. AGREED CATEGORIES OF TECHNICAL DATA
The following are agreed categories of technical data for each model and version of existing types of conventional armaments and equipment:
1. Battle Tanks
Main Gun Calibre
2. Armoured Combat Vehicles
Armoured Personnel Carriers
Type and Calibre of Armaments, if any Armoured Infantry Fighting Vehicles
Type and Calibre of Armaments
Heavy Armament Combat Vehicles Existing Type
Main Gun Calibre
Guns, Howitzers and Artillery Pieces Combining the Characteristics of Guns and Howitzers
Multiple Launch Rocket Systems
4. Combat Aircraft
Existing Type National Nomenclature
5. Attack Helicopters
Existing Type National Nomenclature
6. Armoured Personnel Carrier Look-Alikes
Type and Calibre of Armaments, if any
7. Armoured Infantry Fighting Vehicle Look-Alikes
Type and Calibre of Armaments, if any
8. Primary Trainer Aircraft
Type of Armaments, if any
9. Combat Support Helicopters
10. Unarmed Transport Helicopters
11. Armoured Vehicle Launched Bridges
SECTION II. SPECIFICATIONS FOR PHOTOGRAPHS
Photographs provided pursuant to Section III of this Protocol shall be in black and white. The use of flash and lighting equipment shall be allowed. The object being photographed shall contrast with the background of the photograph. All photographs shall be of high definition, with continuous tone and in sharp focus. Photographs measuring 13 centimetres by 18 centimetres, not including a border, shall be provided. For aspects other than overhead, all photographs shall be taken from the same level as the equipment being photographed, with the camera placed along or perpendicular to the longitudinal axis of the object being photographed; for the top view, photographs shall show the top and may show the rear aspects of the equipment. The object being photographed shall fill at least 80 percent of the photograph in either horizontal or vertical aspect. A reference gauge shall be included in each photograph together with the object. The gauge shall have alternating half-metre sections in black and white. It shall be long enough to provide accurate scaling and shall be placed on or against the object or in close proximity to it. Each photograph shall be labelled to provide the information required by
Section III, paragraph 2 of this Protocol as well as the date when the photograph was taken.