Muun sotilaskaluston puolella oli juttua ETYJistä ja AEMI-asiakirjojen julkisuudesta, joten tässä hiukan lisäinfoa. ETYJin piirissä on siis vuoden 1999 Wienin asiakirjassa sovittu, että kukin maa luovuttaa vuosittain tietyt tiedot ylläpitämistään asevoimista: (pahoittelen järeää ulkoasua ja vaeltavaa lainausta) ___________________________________________ Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe VIENNA DOCUMENT 1999 OF THE NEGOTIATIONS ON CONFIDENCE- AND SECURITY-BUILDING MEASURES - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - I. ANNUAL EXCHANGE OF MILITARY INFORMATION INFORMATION ON MILITARY FORCES (9) The participating States will exchange annually information on their military forces concerning the military organization, manpower and major weapon and equipment systems, as specified below, in the zone of application for confidence- and security-building measures (CSBMs). Participating States which have no military forces to be reported will so inform all other participating States. (10) The information will be provided in an agreed format to all other participating States not later than 15 December of each year. It will be valid as of 1 January of the following year and will include: (10.1) 1. Information on the command organization of those military forces referred to under points 2 and 3 specifying the designation and subordination of all formations* and units** at each level of command down to and including brigade/regiment or equivalent level. The information will be designed in such a way as to distinguish units from formations. (10.1.1) Each participating State providing information on military forces will include a statement indicating the total number of units contained therein and the resultant annual evaluation quota as provided for in paragraph (109). (10.2) 2. For each formation and combat unit*** of land forces down to and including brigade/regiment or equivalent level the information will indicate: (10.2.1) - the designation and subordination; (10.2.2) - whether it is active or non-active****; (10.2.3) - the normal peacetime location of its headquarters indicated by exact geographic terms and/or co-ordinates; (10.2.4) - the peacetime authorized personnel strength; (10.2.5) - the major organic weapon and equipment systems, specifying the numbers of each type of: (10.2.5.1) - battle tanks; (10.2.5.2) - helicopters; (10.2.5.3) - armoured combat vehicles (armoured personnel carriers, armoured infantry fighting vehicles, heavy armament combat vehicles); (10.2.5.4) - armoured personnel carrier look-alikes and armoured infantry fighting vehicle look-alikes; (10.2.5.5) - anti-tank guided missile launchers permanently/integrally mounted on armoured vehicles; (10.2.5.6) - self-propelled and towed artillery pieces, mortars and multiple rocket launchers (100 mm calibre and above); (10.2.5.7) - armoured vehicle launched bridges. (10.3) For planned increases in personnel strength above that reported under paragraph (10.2.4) for more than 21 days by more than 1,000 troops for each active combat unit and by more than 3,000 troops for each active formation, excluding personnel increases in the formation’s subordinate formations and/or combat units subject to separate reporting under paragraph (10.2); as well as (10.3.1) for each non-active formation and non-active combat unit which is planned to be temporarily activated for routine military activities or for any other purpose with more than 2,000 troops for more than 21 days; (10.3.2) the following additional information will be provided in the annual exchange of military information: (10.3.2.1) - designation and subordination of the formation or combat unit; (10.3.2.2) - purpose of the increase or activation; (10.3.2.3) - for active formations and combat units the planned number of troops exceeding the personnel strength indicated under paragraph (10.2.4) or for non-active formations and combat units the number of troops involved during the period of activation; (10.3.2.4) - start and end dates of the envisaged increase in personnel strength or activation; (10.3.2.5) - planned location/area of activation; (10.3.2.6) - the numbers of each type of the major weapon and equipment systems as listed in paragraphs (10.2.5.1) to (10.2.5.7) which are planned to be used during the period of the personnel increase or activation. (10.3.3) In cases where the information required under paragraphs (10.3) to (10.3.2.6) cannot be provided in the annual exchange of military information, or in cases of changes in the information already provided, the required information will be communicated at least 42 days prior to such a personnel increase or temporary activation taking effect or, in cases when the personnel increase or temporary activation is carried out without advance notice to the troops involved, at the latest at the time the increase or the activation has taken effect. (10.4) For each amphibious formation and amphibious combat unit* permanently located in the zone of application down to and including brigade/regiment or equivalent level, the information will include the items as set out above. (10.5) 3. For each air formation and air combat unit** of the air forces, air defence aviation and of naval aviation permanently based on land down to and including wing/air regiment or equivalent level, the information will include: (10.5.1) - the designation and subordination; (10.5.2) - the normal peacetime location of the headquarters indicated by exact geographic terms and/or co-ordinates; (10.5.3) - the normal peacetime location of the unit indicated by the air base or military airfield on which the unit is based, specifying: (10.5.3.1) - the designation or, if applicable, name of the air base or military airfield; and (10.5.3.2) - its location indicated by exact geographic terms and/or co-ordinates; (10.5.4) - the peacetime authorized personnel strength***; (10.5.5) - the numbers of each type of: (10.5.5.1) - combat aircraft; (10.5.5.2) - helicopters organic to the formation or unit. DATA RELATING TO MAJOR WEAPON AND EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS (11) The participating States will exchange data relating to their major weapon and equipment systems as specified in the provisions on Information on Military Forces within the zone of application for CSBMs. (11.1) Data on existing weapon and equipment systems, if not already provided, will be provided once to all other participating States at the time of the entry into force of this document. (11.2) Data on new types or versions of major weapon and equipment systems will be provided by each State when its deployment plans for the systems concerned are provided for the first time in accordance with paragraphs (13) and (14) below or, at the latest, when it deploys the systems concerned for the first time in the zone of application for CSBMs. If a participating State has already provided data on the same new type or version, other participating States may, if appropriate, certify the validity of those data as far as their system is concerned and indicate the national nomenclature if different. (11.3) Participating States will inform each other when a type or version of a major weapon and equipment system is no longer in service with their armed forces. (12) The data for each type or version of major weapon and equipment systems will be provided according to Annex III. INFORMATION ON PLANS FOR THE DEPLOYMENT OF MAJOR WEAPON AND EQUIPMENT SYSTEMS (13) The participating States will exchange annually information on their plans for the deployment of major weapon and equipment systems as specified in the provisions on Information on Military Forces within the zone of application for CSBMs. (14) The information will be provided in an agreed format to all other participating States not later than 15 December of each year. It will cover plans for the following year and will include: (14.1) - the type and name of the weapon/equipment systems to be deployed; (14.2) - the total number of each weapon/equipment system; (14.3) - whenever possible, the number of each weapon/equipment system planned to be allocated to each formation or unit; (14.4) - the extent to which the deployment will add to or replace existing weapon/equipment systems.