Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 105 Part 1.djvu/692

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105 STAT. 664 PUBLIC LAW 102-138—OCT. 28, 1991 (D) Whether classified or sensitive functions would be conducted in nonsecure areas, and, if so, how the conduct of such functions would be made secure. (E) Whether, and to what extent, Embassy functions or normal work practices would have to be rearranged in order to accommodate limitations on secure space. (e) EXTRAORDINARY SECURITY SAFEGUARDS. — (1) In carrying out the reconstruction project for the new chancery building at the United States Embassy in Moscow, the Secretary of State shall ensure that extraordinary security safeguards are implemented with respect to all aspects of security, including materials, logistics, construction methods, and site access. (2) Such extraordinary security safeguards under paragraph (1) shall include the following: (A) Exclusive United States control over the site during reconstruction. ^ (B) Exclusive use of United States or non-Soviet materials with respect to the new chancery structure. (C) Exclusive use of United States workmanship with respect to the new chancery structure. (D) To the extent feasible, prefabrication in the United States of major portions of the new chancery. (E) Exclusive United States control over construction materials during the entire logistical process of reconstruction. (f) UNITED STATES-SOVIET RECIPROCITY CONCERNING OCCUPANCY OF NEW CHANCERY BUILDINGS.—The Secretary of State may not permit the Soviet Union to use any new office building at the Soviet Union's new Mount Alto embassy complex in Washington, District of Columbia, or any other new facility in the Washington metropolitan area, until— (1) the new chancery building at the United States Embassy in Moscow is ready for occupancy; (2) the Secretary of State and the Director of Central Intelligence certify, on the basis of the best available information, that the new chancery building at the United States Embassy in Moscow provides a secure working environment for all sensitive diplomatic activities from unclassified but sensitive functions to the most highly classified functions, provides adequate secure or securable office space for future mission needs, and can be safely and securely occupied by the United States and used for its intended purpose; and (3) the Soviet Union agrees to provide full reimbursement (in the form of cash payment, property, or other goods and services of real monetary value) to the United States for costs incurred by the United States as a result of noncompliance with the terms and requirements of the Agreement between the Government of the United States and the Government of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics on the Reciprocal Allocation for Use Free of Charge of Plots of Land in Moscow and Washington (signed at Moscow, May 16, 1969) and related agreements, notes, and understandings, as well as other activities which have impeded use of the unfinished new office building of the United States Embassy of Moscow for its intended purpose, the amount of such reimbursement shall be determined by agreement