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PUBLIC LAW 99-570—OCT. 27, 1986
100 STAT. 3207-66
(E) control of illicit drug production is crucial to the survival of democratic institutions and democratic government in Bolivia. (2) The Congress, therefore, applauds the demonstrated willingness of the Paz Estenssoro government, despite the risks of severe domestic criticism and disruptive economic consequences, to cooperate with the United States in Operation Blast Furnace. (b) CONDITIONS ON ASSISTANCE.—Paragraph (2) of section 611 of
the International Security and Development Cooperation Act of 1985 is amended by striking out subparagraphs (A) and (B) and inserting in lieu thereof the following: "(A) up to 50 percent of the aggregate amount of such assistance allocated for Bolivia may be provided at any time iij a'. after the President certifies to the Congress that Bolivia has engaged in narcotics interdiction operations which have significantly disrupted the illicit coca industry in Bolivia or has cooperated with the United States in such operations; t and "(B) the remaining amount of such assistance may be -J • provided at any time after the President certifies to the Congress that Bolivia has either met in calendar year 1986 the eradication targets for the calendar year 1985 contained i». in its 1983 narcotics agreements with the United States or . T,2 has entered into an agreement of cooperation with the United States for implementing that plan for 1987 and •foti; beyond (including numerical eradication targets) and is if. making substantial progress toward the plan's objectives, t: including substantial eradication of illicit coca crops and effective use of United States assistance. In the certification required by subparagraph (B), the President shall explain why the terms of the 1983 agreement proved unattainable and the reasons why a new agreement was necessary.".
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(c) RELATION TO OTHER PROVISIONS.—Nothing in the amendment
made by subsection (b) shall be construed as superseding any provision of section 481 of the Foreign Assistance Act of 1961. SEC. 2013. REPORTS AND COUNTRIES.
(a) REPORTS.—Not later than 6 months after the date of enactment of this Act and every 6 months thereafter, the President shall prepare and transmit to the Congress a report— (1) listing each major illicit drug producing country and each major drug-transit country— s (A) which, as a matter of government policy, encourages in&i' or facilitates the production or distribution of illegal drugs; (B) in which any senior official of the government of such s country engages in, encourages, or facilitates the produc.: tion or distribution of illegal drugs; (C) in which any member of an agency of the United States Government engaged in drug enforcement activities since January 1, 1985, has suffered or been threatened with 1/ violence, inflicted by or with the complicity of any law enforcement or other officer of such country or any political -: subdivision thereof; or (D) which, having been requested to do so by the United States Government, fails to provide reasonable cooperation ^\.-, to lawful activities of United States drug enforcement
Ante, pp. 320761—3207-64. 22 USC 2291-1.
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