Each contracting party may request a review of an article of this agreement at any time. The request must be made to the North Atlantic Council. The rights of a contracting party to rescue at sea against another contracting party are waived, provided that the recovered vessel or cargo is held by a contracting party and is used by its armed forces in the operation of the North Atlantic Treaty. “import”: the levy in customs warehouses or the permanent depot, unless the goods concerned have been cultivated, manufactured or manufactured in the receiving state. Any discrepancies between the parties regarding the interpretation or application of this agreement are resolved through negotiations between them without recourse to a decision taken outside the jurisdiction. Unless otherwise stated in this agreement, disputes that cannot be resolved through direct negotiations are referred to the North Atlantic Council. “tariff duty”: customs duties and any other duties and taxes that must be paid on import or export. the case may be the case. with the exception of taxes and royalties that are no longer considered royalties for services provided; Any other contracting party whose property was damaged in the same incident also waives its claim up to the amount listed above. In the event of significant fluctuations in exchange rates between these currencies, the contracting parties agree to corresponding adjustments of these amounts. As a witness, the undersigned plenipotentiaries signed this agreement. Made in London, on June 19, 1951, in English and French, both texts also being authentic, in a unique original to be deposited in the archives of the government of the United States of America. The government of the United States of America sends a certified copy to all signatory states and member states.
Members of a force may possess and carry weapons, provided they are authorized to do so by their order. The authorities of the State of origin take into account favourably the requests of the host state. The parties to the North Atlantic Treaty, signed in Washington on April 4, 1949, considering that the forces of one party may be deployed on the territory of another contracting party after consultation; Knowing that the decision on their deployment and the conditions under which they are communicated, if these conditions are not specified in this agreement, will continue to be the subject of separate agreements between the parties concerned; to define the situation of these forces on the territory of another party; Agreed that the onus is on a force and its civil component and its members and their relatives to respect the right of the host state and to refrain from any activity incompatible with the spirit of this agreement, in particular any political activity in the host state. It is also the duty of the sending state to take the necessary measures to do so.