DECLARATION OF THE STATES PARTIES TO THE TREATY ON CONVENTIONAL
ARMED FORCES IN EUROPE WITH RESPECT TO LAND BASED NAVAL AIRCRAFT|
PARIS, 19 NOVEMBER 1990
To promote the implementation of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces
in Europe, the States Parties to the Treaty undertake the following political
commitments outside the framework of the Treaty.
- No one State will have in the area of application of the Treaty more
than 400 permanently landbased combat naval aircraft. It is understood
that this commitment applies to combat aircraft armed and equipped to
engage surface or air targets and excludes types designed as maritime
- The aggregate number of such permanently landbased combat naval
aircraft held by either of the two groups of States defined under the
terms of the Treaty will not exceed 430.
- No one State will hold in its naval forces within the area of application
any permanently landbased attack helicopters.
- The limitations provided for in this Declaration will apply beginning
40 months after entry into force of the Treaty on Conventional Armed
Forces in Europe.
- This Declaration will become effective as of entry into force of the
Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe.
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