Hieronder vind je 12 betekenissen van het woord ADR. ADR. Europees verdrag betreffende het internationaal vervoer van gevaarlijke goederen over de weg. European Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR). Treaty data. Treaty number: ; Date of conclusion. Verdrag inzake conventionele strijdkrachten in Europa, Parijs, Geldend van ADR. D MRP. OT/R YP PWMR. OT DP. PWCO.
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Each State Party shall have the right to remove, retain and use those components and parts of conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty which are not themselves subject to reduction in accordance with the provisions of Section II of this Protocol, avr to dispose of debris.
X The term “passive challenge inspection quota” means the maximum number of challenge inspections within specified areas pursuant to Section VIII of this Protocol that each State Party with territory within the area of application shall be obliged to receive within a specified time period.
A provisions specifically for the attachment of weapon systems, such as special hardpoints, launching devices, or weapon mounting areas.
Models or versions of combat-capable trainer aircraft being totally disarmed shall be rendered incapable of further employment of any type of weapon system as well as further operation of electronic warfare and reconnaissance systems by the removal of the following components:.
N The term “specialised attack helicopter” means an attack helicopter that is designed primarily to employ guided weapons. Conventional armaments and equipment limited by the Treaty in use for ground instructional purposes prior to the signature of the Treaty shall not be subject to any numerical limitations set forth in Article IV, V or VI of the Treaty, or the numerical limitations set forth in paragraph 2 of this Section.
Procedure for destruction by explosive demolition of guns, howitzers, or artillery pieces combining the characteristics of guns and howitzers that are not self-propelled:. M The term “attack helicopter” means a combat helicopter equipped to employ anti-armour, air-to-ground, or air-to-air guided weapons and equipped with an integrated fire control and aiming system for these weapons.
Such updates to the existing types lists shall not be deemed amendments to this Treaty. Models or versions of combat-capable trainer aircraft listed in Section II of this Protocol may be disarmed and certified, or certified alone, within 40 months after entry into force of the Treaty.
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Large calibre artillery systems are guns, howitzers, artillery pieces combining the characteristics of guns and howitzers, mortars and multiple launch rocket systems with a calibre of millimetres and above. Armoured combat vehicles include armoured personnel carriers, armoured infantry fighting vehicles and heavy armament combat vehicles.
In the event of the first certification of an aircraft that does not require total disarming, the State Party that intends to conduct the certification shall provide to all other States Parties the information required in Section III, paragraph 3, subparagraphs AB and C of this Protocol for an armed model or version of the same aircraft type. Combat helicopters shall be categorised as specialised attack, multi-purpose attack or combat support helicopters and shall be listed as such in the Protocol on Existing Types.
Armoured vehicle launched bridges placed in designated permanent storage sites shall not be considered as being in active units. A provisions specifically for the attachment of guided weapons, such as special hardpoints or launching devices.
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B 24, armoured combat vehicles, of which no more than 21, shall be in active units; and. D are awaiting disposal, having been decommissioned from service in accordance with the provisions of Article IX. W The term “passive declared site inspection quota” means the total number of inspections of objects of verification pursuant to Section VII of this Protocol that each State Party shall be obliged to receive within a specified time period at inspection sites where its objects of verification are located.
F any request to convene a conference in accordance with Article XXI. B location column dincluding the geographic name and coordinates verdgag to the nearest 10 seconds. In the case of battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles, veedrag and armoured vehicle launched bridges, stored in accordance with Article X of the Treaty, the total of such equipment in designated permanent storage sites shall be specified column g.
This number shall not exceed:. After entry into force of the Treaty, additional procedures for reduction may be proposed by any State Party.
Each State Party shall provide to all other States Parties information specifying its objects of verification, including the total number and the designation of each object of verification, and enumerating its declared sites, as defined in Section I of the Protocol on Inspection, providing the vrrdrag information on each arr.
The provisions of this Protocol shall not apply to conventional armaments and equipment that are in transit through the area of application from a location outside the area of application to a final destination outside the area of application.
Amendments to ADR 2017
Procedure for destruction by severing of self-propelled guns,howitzers, artillery pieces combining the characteristics of guns and howitzers or mortars:. C a photograph of each component to be removed illustrating its position in the aircraft prior to its removal, and a photograph of the vfrdrag position after the corresponding component has been removed. A upon signature of the Treaty, with information effective as of that date; and, no later than 90 days after signature of the Treaty, each State Party shall provide to all other States Parties within the framework of the Joint Consultative Group any necessary corrections to its information reported pursuant to Sections III, IV and V of this Protocol.
Battle tanks and armoured combat vehicles shall be deemed reduced upon completion of the procedures specified in paragraph 6 of this Section and notification in accordance with Section X of the Protocol on Inspection. A the total number of each specific model or version of combatcapable trainer aircraft that the State Party intends to disarm and certify in accordance with Section I, paragraph 1, subparagraph ASection III and Section IV of this Protocol; and.
D the text of any amendment proposed in accordance with Article XX. Recalling that they signed or acceded to the Treaty of Brussels ofthe Treaty of Washington of or the Treaty of Warsaw of 1 and that they have the right to be or not to be a party to treaties of alliance. Armoured infantry fighting vehicles serve as the principal weapon system of armoured infantry or mechanised infantry or motorised infantry formations and units of ground forces.
Conventional armaments and equipment placed on static display or in museums prior to the verdarg of the Treaty vedrrag not be subject to any numerical limitations set forth in the Treaty, including the numerical limitations set forth in paragraphs 2 and 3 of this Section. When detonated, the charge shall sever the tubes or launcher rails, tube or launcher rail bases and their rotatable parts, into two approximately equal parts in areas that are not assembly joints.
Such battle tanks, armoured combat vehicles, artillery, combat aircraft and vercrag helicopters shall be located elsewhere than at sites declared under the terms of Section V of the Protocol on Information Exchange or at no more than 10 such declared sites which shall have been notified in the previous year’s annual information exchange.
The States Parties hereby agree upon procedures and provisions governing total disarming and certification of the unarmed status of specific models or versions of combat-capable trainer aircraft in accordance with Article VIII of the Treaty on Conventional Armed Forces in Europe of November 19, hereinafter referred to as the Treaty. R Conventie van Ramsar Verdrag van Rotterdam. S The terms “armoured personnel carrier look-alike” and “armoured infantry fighting vehicle look-alike” adrr an armoured vehicle based on the same chassis as, and externally similar to, an armoured personnel carrier or armoured infantry fighting vehicle, respectively, which does not have a cannon or gun of 20 millimetres calibre or greater and which has been constructed or modified in such a way vercrag not to permit the transportation of a combat infantry squad.
The States Parties shall, within the framework of the Joint Consultative Group, agree as to the form in which the information on the numbers shall be provided pursuant to this provision.
The term “armoured infantry fighting vehicle” means an armoured combat vehicle which is designed and equipped primarily to transport a combat infantry squad, which normally provides the capability for the troops to deliver fire from inside the vehicle under armoured protection, and which is armed with an integral or organic cannon of at least 20 millimetres calibre and sometimes an antitank missile launcher.
B 30, armoured combat vehicles, of which no more than 27, shall be in active units. A ade gauge shall be included in each photograph together with the object. Their position on the listing shall reflect their subordination with the exception of formations and units reported pursuant to Section III, paragraph 2 of the Protocol, which shall be specified together at the conclusion of the listing:.