Extending the 1995 agreement of a cross-border open skies agreement to an open skies agreement that maximizes competition between airlines in the market, including activities outside and outside the territory of the contracting parties, with minimal state intervention and regulation; And the Open Skies Treaty came into force on January 1, 2002. The treaty provides for a system of unarmed air observation flights throughout the territory of its participants and aims to strengthen mutual understanding and trust by providing all participants with the opportunity and means to gather information on military forces and activities that concern them. This treaty aims to improve openness and transparency between States Parties by observing and verifying areas such as military installations and installations, industrial complexes, airports and seaports. It responds to the desire of many countries to find a way to build confidence, stability and predictability in the arms control and verification process. “The withdrawal of [OC-135] from participation is a final problem for many contracting states, which must therefore conduct close coordination and cooperation to ensure continued operation throughout the air season,” pepin-Hallé said. “Given the magnitude of the U.S. contribution to the Open Skies Advisory Commission`s budget, it is clear that these effects will be significant for the remaining states parties,” Pepin-Hallé said in his speech. “Nevertheless, Moscow was not surprised by Washington`s decision to reject all arms control agreements and confidence-building measures in the military,” he added. If a contracting party deems it desirable to amend this provision, it may request consultations with the other party. These consultations, which can be conducted through discussions (including discussion between aviation authorities) or by correspondence, begin within 60 days of the date of the application. Any changes agreed in these consultations are made by mutual agreement between the two governments. “This destructive U.S. approach fits perfectly with the current government`s foreign policy, which includes the dissolution of arms control, disarmament and non-proliferation treaties and agreements,” Yanukovychkov said.

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