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Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security (PHP)
Records of the Political Consultative Committee, 1955-1991
Edited by Douglas Selvage

August 2010
www.php.isn.ethz.ch

Resolution of the Warsaw Treaty Member-States on the Report of the
Supreme Commander of the Unified Armed Forces, Adopted at the Meeting of the
Political Consultative Committee

5 January 1983

The Warsaw Treaty member-states, having consulted on the report of the Supreme
Commander of the Unified Armed Forces, note that the Political Consultative
Committee’s resolutions for guaranteeing the defense of the allied countries and for
increasing the combat readiness of the Unified Armed Forces are essentially being
fulfilled.

In view of the increasing aggressiveness of U.S. foreign policy and that of its most
important NATO partners, their extensive war preparations, and their resort to military
force in pursuit of imperialist goals in several areas—developments that have severely
aggravated the situation in the world, including Europe, and have posed a direct threat to
security—the Warsaw Treaty member-states consider it necessary to take measures to
further strengthen their defenses and increase the fighting capacity and combat readiness
of the Unified Armed Forces.

The Warsaw Treaty member-states resolve:

1. To approve the actions by the Unified Command and the ministries of defense in
fulfillment of the resolutions on military matters adopted at the meetings of the
Political Consultative Committee.

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―Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security (PHP), www.php.isn.ethz.ch, by permission of the
Center for Security Studies at ETH Zurich on behalf of the PHP network.‖
Funding for the translation and annotation of this document was provided by the United States National Endowment
for the Humanities (NEH) through Collaborative Research Grant Project RZ-50701-07,
―The Cold War and Human Security: Translations for the Parallel History Project on NATO and the Warsaw Pact,‖
Douglas Selvage, Principal Investigator.

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Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security (PHP)
Records of the Political Consultative Committee, 1955-1991
Edited by Douglas Selvage

August 2010
www.php.isn.ethz.ch

2. The Unified Command and the ministries of defense must:

a) Continue to follow closely the war preparations of the United States and its allies,
develop and implement in a timely fashion measures to guarantee the reliable
defense of the Warsaw Treaty member-states, and to maintain their Unified
Armed Forces at a high level of combat readiness.

b) Ensure the timely and complete fulfillment of all measures for the years 1981-85,
as provided for in the resolution concerning the development of ground and naval
forces.

In 1983-5, measures must be taken to increase the combat potential of the allied
ground and naval forces, by equipping them with more modern weapons and
technology – substituting equipment in the current five-year plan for that foreseen
in the five-year developmental plans – and by providing them with a significant
amount of the newest combat technology through additional deliveries.

c) Further develop and deepen all-round cooperation among the allied armies, and
expand contacts and the exchange of more advanced experiences at the various
levels.

They must consolidate the internationalist solidarity and brotherhood-in-arms of
the allied armies and increase the effectiveness of the training and education of
their personnel in a spirit of socialist internationalism, along with their constant
readiness to take up arms for the protection of the Warsaw Treaty member-states.

Copyright 1999-2010 Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security (PHP). All rights reserved.
If cited, quoted, translated, or reproduced, acknowledgement of any document’s origin must be made as follows:
―Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security (PHP), www.php.isn.ethz.ch, by permission of the
Center for Security Studies at ETH Zurich on behalf of the PHP network.‖
Funding for the translation and annotation of this document was provided by the United States National Endowment
for the Humanities (NEH) through Collaborative Research Grant Project RZ-50701-07,
―The Cold War and Human Security: Translations for the Parallel History Project on NATO and the Warsaw Pact,‖
Douglas Selvage, Principal Investigator.

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Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security (PHP)
Records of the Political Consultative Committee, 1955-1991
Edited by Douglas Selvage

August 2010
www.php.isn.ethz.ch

d) Conclude in 1983 the unified planning for the deployment of the armed forces of
the Warsaw Treaty member-states in wartime, in accordance with Article 5 of the
Statute of the Unified Armed Forces and the Unified Command in Peacetime, and
ensure that in peacetime the troops and officers of all allied armies participate in
operational and troop exercises, in accordance with the plans for joint measures of
the Unified Armed Forces.

3. The drafting of the developmental plans for the Unified Armed Forces for the next
five-year plan (1986-1990) must be guided by the following principles:

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the number and level of troops and fleets provided to the Unified Armed
Forces by each state must not be lower that that set for the end of 1985 by the
protocols;

-

the rate and standard of the re-equipment of the formations and groups with
new uniform armament and fighting technology must be raised;

-

in each allied army, groups and units (―basic groups and units‖) are to be
created that will be equipped with the most modern and future-oriented
weaponry and the latest generation of military technology;

-

the acquired scientific, technological and industrial potential of the allied
countries must be put to use more effectively in order to expand production
and to create new models of armaments and military technology and in order
to increase the rate and broaden the scope of the complex process of
modernizing the armaments with which the troops and fleets are presently
equipped;

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the stability and operational capacity of command must be increased; the
creation of unified command and information systems of the Unified Armed

Copyright 1999-2010 Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security (PHP). All rights reserved.
If cited, quoted, translated, or reproduced, acknowledgement of any document’s origin must be made as follows:
―Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security (PHP), www.php.isn.ethz.ch, by permission of the
Center for Security Studies at ETH Zurich on behalf of the PHP network.‖
Funding for the translation and annotation of this document was provided by the United States National Endowment
for the Humanities (NEH) through Collaborative Research Grant Project RZ-50701-07,
―The Cold War and Human Security: Translations for the Parallel History Project on NATO and the Warsaw Pact,‖
Douglas Selvage, Principal Investigator.

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Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security (PHP)
Records of the Political Consultative Committee, 1955-1991
Edited by Douglas Selvage

August 2010
www.php.isn.ethz.ch

Forces in the theater of war and, to an even greater extent, automated
command systems, advanced means of protection against electronic
interference and coded information links as well as movable (on armored
vehicles) and airborne command posts should be introduced;
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the stockpiling of reserves of materiel and munitions must be continued and
raised to the level of a three months’ supply for the troops and the fleets;

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the network of airfields must be expanded, and the system for basing fleets
must be improved.

The drafting of the developmental plans for the troops and fleets provided to the
Unified Armed Forces for the following five-year period will take place in 19831985.

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Copyright 1999-2010 Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security (PHP). All rights reserved.
If cited, quoted, translated, or reproduced, acknowledgement of any document’s origin must be made as follows:
―Parallel History Project on Cooperative Security (PHP), www.php.isn.ethz.ch, by permission of the
Center for Security Studies at ETH Zurich on behalf of the PHP network.‖
Funding for the translation and annotation of this document was provided by the United States National Endowment
for the Humanities (NEH) through Collaborative Research Grant Project RZ-50701-07,
―The Cold War and Human Security: Translations for the Parallel History Project on NATO and the Warsaw Pact,‖
Douglas Selvage, Principal Investigator.

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