Accordingly, the signed plenipotentiaries have signed this Agreement. Done at London, this 19th day of June 1951, in English and French, both texts being equally relevant, in a single original which shall be deposited in the archives of the Government of the United States of America. The Government of the United States of America shall transmit a certified copy to all signatory and acceding States. The Contracting Parties to this Agreement, the 4th North Atlantic Treaty signed at Washington on 4 April 1949, considering that the forces of one Party may be deployed in the territory of another Party after consultation; Bearing in mind that the decision to send them and the conditions under which they will be sent, unless such conditions are laid down in this Agreement, shall continue to be the subject of separate agreements between the parties concerned; They agreed that any other party whose property was damaged in the same incident also waives its claim equal to the aforementioned amount. In the event of a significant fluctuation in exchange rates between these currencies, the Parties shall agree on the appropriate adjustment of these amounts. `import` means the collection of customs warehouses or the continuous deposit of customs duties, provided that the goods in question have not been grown, manufactured or manufactured in the host Member State. Any differences between the Parties concerning the interpretation or application of this Agreement shall be settled by negotiations between them, without recourse to an external court. Save as otherwise provided in this Agreement, disputes which cannot be settled by direct negotiations shall be referred to the North Atlantic Council. Either Party may request at any time the revision of an article of this Agreement. The request must be addressed to the North Atlantic Council. Members of a force may possess and bear arms if they have the right to do so on order. The authorities of the sending State shall consider sympathetically the requests of the receiving State in this regard. `customs` means customs duties and all other duties and taxes due on importation or exportation.
as appropriate. with the exception of taxes and charges which are no longer charges for the services provided; Claims of a Party against another Party shall be made provided that the recovered ship or cargo was owned by a Party and is used by its armed forces in connection with the implementation of the North Atlantic Treaty. . . .