Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 95.djvu/1722
95 STAT. 1696
PUBLIC LAW 97-132—DEC. 29, 1981
(5) amounts received by the United States Government from the Multinational Force and Observers as reimbursement; (6) the types of property, support, or services provided to the Multinational Force and Observers by the United States Government, including identification of the types of property, support, or services provided on a nonreimbursable basis; and (7) the results of any discussions with Egypt and Israel regarding the future of the Multinational Force and Observers and its possible reduction or elimination. (c)(1) The reports required by this section shall be as detailed as possible. (2) The information pursuant to subsection (b)(3) shall, in the case of costs which are not identifiable, be set forth with reasonable accuracy. (3) The information with respect to any administrative and technical support and services provided on a nonreimbursed basis under section 5(a) of this resolution shall include a description of the types of support and services which have been provided and an estimate of both the total costs of such support and services and the incremental costs incurred by the United States with respect to such support and services. STATEMENTS OF CONGRESSIONAL INTENT 22 USC 3426.
War powers. 50 USC 1541 note.
SEC. 7. (a) Nothing in this resolution is intended to signify approval by the Congress of any agreement, understanding, or commitment made by the executive branch other than the agreement to participate in the Multinational Force and Observers as set forth in the exchanges of letters between the United States and Egypt and between the United States and Israel which were signed on August 3, 1981. (b) The limitations contained in this resolution with respect to United States participation in the Multinational Force and Observers apply to the exercise of the authorities provided by this resolution or provided by any other provision of law. No funds appropriated by the Congress may be obligated or expended for any activity which is contrary to the limitations contained in this resolution. (c) Nothing in this resolution shall afTect the responsibilities of the President or the Congress under the War Powers Resolution (Public Law 93-148).