PUBLIC LAW 102-484—OCT. 23, 1992 106 STAT. 2643 (2) The safeguard and permanent disposal of nuclear materials. (3) An end by the United States and member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States to the production of plutonium and highly enriched uraniimi for nuclear weapons. (4) The extension of negotiations on these issues to all nations capable of producing nuclear weapons materials. (b) EXCHANGES OF iNFORMATiON.The Congress urges the President, in order to establish a data base on production capabilities of member states of the Commonwealth of Independent States and their stockpiles of fissile materials and nuclear weapons, to seek to achieve agreements with such stetes to reciprocally release information on— (1) United States and the member stetes nuclear weapons stockpiles, including the number of warheads and bombs by type, and schedules for weapons production and dismantlement; (2) the location, mission, and maximum annual production capacity of United States and member stetes facilities that are essential to the production of tritium for replenishment of that nation's tritium stockpile; (3) the inventory of United States and member stetes facilities dedicated to the production of plutonium and highly enriched uranium for weapons purposes; and (4) United States and members stetes stockpiles of plutonium and highly enriched uranium used for nuclear weapons. (c) TECHNICAL WORKING GROUPS. —The Congress urges the President, in order to facilitete the achievement of agreemente referred to in subsection (a), to esteblish with member stetes of the Commonwealth of Independent States and with other nations capable of producing nuclear weapons material bilateral or multilateral technical working groups to examine and demonstrate cooperative technical monitoring and inspection arrangements that could be applied to the verification of— (1) information on mission, location, and maximum annual production capacity of nuclear material production facilities and the size of stockpiles of plutonium and highly enriched uraniimi; (2) nuclear arms reduction agreemente that would include provisions requiring the verifiable dismantlement of nuclear warheads; and (3) bilateral or multilateral agreemente to halt the production of plutonium and highly enriched uranium for nuclear weapons. (d) REPORT. —The President shall submit to the Congress, not President, later than March 31, 1993, a report on the progress made by the President in implementing the actions called for in subsections (a) through (c). (e) PRODUCTION BY COMMONWEALTH OF INDEPENDENT STATES. — The Congress urges the Presidents of the member stetes of the Commonwealth of Independent States— (1) to institute a moratorium on production of plutonium and highly enriched uranium for nuclear weapons; and (2) to pledge to continue such moratorium for so long as the United States does not produce such materials.
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