Text: H.R.4399 — 102nd Congress (1991-1992)All Information (Except Text)

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HR 4399 IH
102d CONGRESS
2d Session
 H. R. 4399
To prohibit all United States military and economic assistance for Turkey
until the Turkish Government takes certain actions to resolve the Cyprus
problem and complies with its obligations under international law.
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
March 5, 1992
Mr. GREEN of New York (for himself, Mr. MRAZEK, and Ms. PELOSI) introduced
the following bill; which was referred to the Committee on Foreign Affairs
A BILL
To prohibit all United States military and economic assistance for Turkey
until the Turkish Government takes certain actions to resolve the Cyprus
problem and complies with its obligations under international law.
  Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United
  States of America in Congress assembled,
SECTION 1. PROHIBITION ON ASSISTANCE FOR TURKEY UNTIL CERTAIN CONDITIONS MET.
  (a) ASSISTANCE TERMINATED UNTIL CONDITIONS MET- Military and economic
  assistance may not be provided for Turkey until the President certifies
  to the Congress that--
  (1) the Government of Turkey has released, returned, or accounted for the
  5 Americans who were abducted by the Turkish invasion forces in 1974 and
  the 1,614 Greek Cypriots who have been missing since the Turkish invasion;
  (2) the churches in the occupied parts of Cyprus that were illegally
  converted to mosques in violation of the 1949 Geneva Conventions have been
  restored to their original condition for Christian worship;
  (3) all Turkish military forces in excess of those permitted by the 1960
  Treaty of Alliance, and all illegal Turkish colonists, have been withdrawn
  from Cyprus;
  (4) the Government of Turkey has returned to the Government of Cyprus
  under the auspices of the United Nations the formerly Greek Cypriot area
  of Famagusta/Varosha for the immediate resettlement of displaced persons;
  (5) the negotiations under United Nations auspices have resulted in
  significant progress towards establishing a constitutional democracy in
  Cyprus based on majority rule, the rule of law, and the protection of
  minority rights;
  (6) the Government of Turkey is in compliance with paragraph 4 of Article 2
  of the United Nations Charter and with relevant United Nations resolutions
  on Cyprus, including General Assembly Resolution 3212 of November 1, 1974
  (which was endorsed by Security Council Resolution 365 of December 13,
  1974), and Security Council Resolutions 353, 354, 357, 358, and 360 of 1974;
  (7) the Government of Turkey is in compliance with the Preamble and Article
  1 of the North Atlantic Treaty; and
  (8) the Government of Turkey is not engaged in a consistent pattern of
  gross violations of internationally recognized human rights (within the
  meaning of sections 116 and 502B of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961).
  (b) MILITARY AND ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE DEFINED- As used in this section,
  the term `military or economic assistance' means--
  (1) any assistance under chapter 2 of part II of the Foreign Assistance
  Act of 1961 (relating to military assistance), including any transfer of
  excess defense articles under sections 516 through 519;
  (2) any assistance under chapter 4 of that part (relating to the economic
  support fund);
  (3) any assistance under chapter 5 of that part (relating to international
  military education and training; and
  (4) any assistance under the Arms Export Control Act.