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Russia and Eurasia Documents Annual 1993

(Formerly USSR Documents Annual)

Volume 2 Central Eurasian States

Table of Contents

Introduction 1
Chapter 1 General. Political Agreements

  1. Documents for Discussion at the CIS Summit, Minsk, 20-22 January 3
  2. Decision of the Council of the Heads of States of the Commonwealth of Independent States on the CIS Charter (22 Jan) 4
  3. Statement by the Council of the Heads of States Belonging to the CIS (22 Jan) 4
  4. Charter of the Commonwealth of Independent States (22 Jan) 5
  5. Leonid Timofeev, Seven CIS States Sign Charter (22 Jan) 12
  6. Dmitrii Valovoi, et al., And The River Flows Both Ways. On the Results of the Minsk Meeting of Heads of CIS Countries (26 Jan) 12
  7. Andrei Pershin, et al., CIS Summit at Minsk. Presidential Bulletin (16 Apr) 15
  8. Azerbaidzhan Joins CIS (21 Sep) 16
  9. CIS Summit, Ashgabat, Turkmenistan (23-24 Dec) 17

Chapter 2 Bilateral Arrangements

  1. Russian Federation and the Republic of Kazakhstan, Joint Communiqué (9 Jan) 19

Chapter 3 Military Issues

  1. Yevgenii Shaposhnikov, I Hope that in the New Year We will Not Have an Illusion (9 Jan) 21
  2. Lt. Gen. Leonid Ivashov, Coalition or Military Union? CIS Defense Ministers Council Secretary, Lieutenant-General Leonid Ivashov Favors a Union (22 Sep) 23

Chapter 4 Common Economic Space

  1. Viktor Nefedov, More than a Million Peasants in the CIS Have Become Farmers (2 Feb) 26
  2. CIS Agreement on Oil and Gas Council (2 Mar) 27
  3. Vasilii Kononenko, CIS Heads of Government Come Out in Favor of Closer Economic Union (13 Mar) 28
  4. I. Kirillov, I. Koloskova, Crime in the CIS (June) 29
  5. CIS Signs Agreement on New Ruble Zone (7 Sep) 30
  6. The Government Gave the Money. Will the Central Bank Have To Pay It Off? (21 Sep) 30
  7. Andrei Pershin, et al., CIS Economic Union Treaty (23 Sep) 31

Chapter 5 Commentary

  1. Liubov Khazan, CIS. Is a Civilized Divorce Better Than a Marriage of Convenience? (6 Jan) 32
  2. Nikolai Kishkin, The Community is Not Dead, Nor is It Alive (13 Jan) 33
  3. Nursultan Nazarbaev, Aleksandr Rutskoi, Vyacheslau Kebich, Comments on the CIS (16 Jan) 34
  4. Paradise For the Narco-Mafia (4 Feb) 38
  5. Stanislav Shushkevich on the CIS 2nd Anniversary (9 Dec) 39

Part 2
UKRAINE
Introduction 40
Chapter 1 Government

  1. L. Kuchma, For Now, There Is No Prospect of a Song (Feb) 43

Chapter 2 National Laws and Decrees

  1. Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Decree, On Privatization of Land Plots (26 Dec 1992) 45
  2. Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Decree, On Increasing the Minimum Wage and Pensions (29 Dec 1992) 46
  3. Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Decree, On the List of Property Complexes of State Enterprises, Organizations, and Structural Units in Basic Industries Whose Privatization or Leasing Is Not Permitted (31 Dec 1992) 46
  4. Supreme Council of Ukraine Decree, On the Socio-Economic Situation in Ukraine and Measures to Stabilize It, to Effect Social Protection of the Population, and to Improve the Work of the Supreme Council of Ukraine Under Present Circumstances (27 Jan) 48
  5. Republic of Ukraine Law, On State Service (16 Dec) 50

Chapter 3 The Political Scene

  1. Stanislav Bondarenko, Rukh Changes Direction. The Sensational Report by Vyacheslav Chornovil (29 Jan) 60
  2. Vyacheslav Chornovil, A False Rukh Has Been Palmed Off on the Ministry of Justice... (9 Feb) 61
  3. Yurii Borutskyy, The Situation in Rukh. Can a Fly Eat an Elephant? (9 Feb) 62
  4. Ivan Zayets, This Parliament Cannot Go On One Day Longer. Leader of Parliamentary Opposition Supports Power Reform (19 Feb) 63
  5. Declaration of the Organizational Committee of the Socio-Political Association the Labor Congress of Ukraine. The Need for a Strong Center (30 Mar) 65

Chapter 4 Nationality Issues

  1. Oleksandr Pilat, The Crimean Tatars Have Created Their Own Party (3 Feb) 68
  2. Statement By the Union of Officers of Ukraine on Crimea Agreements (11 Sep) 69

Chapter 5 Military and Foreign Policy

  1. Anatoliy Zlenko, Foreign Affairs Minister, Interview (1 Jan) 70
  2. Anatoliy Zlenko, It is Only Its Own Interests That Will be Eternal for Ukraine (28 Jan) 72
  3. Dmytro Tuzov, We Are Europeans (Jan) 74

Chapter 6 Ukraine and Russia

  1. Ukrainian National Assembly Statement in Connection With the Intention of Signing the CIS Charter and the Ukrainian-Russian Agreement on Good-Neighborly Relations, Cooperation, and Partnership (1 Jan) 77
  2. Leonid Kravchuk, About Ukraine, Russia and CIS (5 Jan) 77
  3. Joint Communiqué of Meeting Between Boris Yeltsin and Leonid Kravchuk (15 Jan) 81
  4. I. Plyushch Letter to R.I. Khasbulatov [On Sevastopol] (19 Jan) 82
  5. Sergei Prokopenko, Anatolii Poliakov, Russia-Ukraine. The Potential for Rapprochement Has Disappeared (21 Jan) 83
  6. Yevgenii Shaposhnikov, CIS Joint Armed Forces Commander-in-Chief Gathers the "Nuclear Club" Together. Differences Between Russia and Ukraine Remain (21 Jan) 86
  7. Report of the Press Center of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Ukraine [on nuclear talk with Russia] (5 Mar) 88
  8. Dmytro Pavlychko, Ukraine and Russia. The Present and the Future. This is Difficult But Possible (10 Mar) 89
  9. Be Prepared for Defense. A Statement by the Congress of Ukrainian Nationalists in Connection With the Growing Danger for the Ukrainian State from Russia (20 Mar) 91

Chapter 7 The Economy

  1. Statement by the Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs, Program Concept of the Ukrainian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs on Urgent Measures and Socio-Economic Reform in Ukraine (14 Jan) 92
  2. Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers Decree, On State Contracts and State Orders for 1993 (22 Jan) 98
  3. Ukraine Business Report (17 Feb) 100
  4. Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers Decree, On Wages of Workers of Budget- Carried Establishments and Organizations Based on Standard Wage Scale (25 Jan) 101
  5. Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers Decree, On the System of Foreign Currency Regulation and Foreign Currency Control (19 Feb) 103
  6. Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers Decree, On the Trade Tax (17 Mar) 110
  7. Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers Decree, On the Conditions for Foreign Investment (20 May) 112
  8. Economic Figures for the First Nine Months (23 Nov) 120
  9. State Program to Encourage Foreign Investment in Ukraine (17 Dec) 121

Chapter 8 Agriculture

  1. Viktor Kosarchuk, The Third Collectivization [On the Ukrainian Land Code] (23 Feb) 125

Chapter 9 Quality of Life and the Environment

  1. Ukrainian Cabinet of Ministers Decree, On Making Changes and Amend- ments to the Stature on Procedure for Payment of Compensation, Return of Property or Provision of Indemnity for its Worth to Rehabilitated Citizens, and to the Statute on Commissions of Soviets of People's Deputies for Matters Pertaining to the Restoration of the Rights of Rehabilitated Persons (18 Feb) 128
  2. President Leonid Kravchuk, Speech on the Economic and Social Program for 1994 (11 Nov) 133
  3. 10 Media and Intellectual Life
  4. Cabinet of Ministers of Ukraine Decree, On State Support of Creative Unions and the Press and Book Publishing Business (15 Mar) 141

Part 3
BELARUS, TRANSCAUCASIA, CENTRAL ASIA AND KAZAKHSTAN
1 Belarus

  1. Introduction 142
  2. Council of Ministers of the Belarus Republic Decree, Statute on the Depart- ment of Economic Oversight (10 Dec 1992) 143
  3. Col. Leonid Petrovich Privalov, Common Sense Prevailed Over Emotions (19 Jan) 146
  4. Decree on Legal Practice for Compensation of Damages, City of Minsk (20 Jan) 147
  5. Vasilii Alekseev, Why has There Been No Miracle? (13 Jan) 149
  6. Stanislau Shushkevich, Interview (25 Jan) 151
  7. Stanislau Shushkevich, Interview (26 Jan) 153
  8. Col. Vyachaslau Uladzimiravich Auramenka, The State Border Should Not Be an Iron Curtain (3 Feb) 155
  9. Political Parties in Belarus (18 Feb) 156
  10. Liudmila Masliukova, The Statistical Truth About the Government and Its Apparatus (24 Feb) 156
  11. Anatolii Rozanov, Reflections on Neutrality (24 Feb) 157
  12. Aleksandr Chernyavskii, The Path to Prosperity in the United States Began With the Support of Agriculture (26 Feb) 160
  13. Council of Ministers of the Belarus Republic and National Bank of the Belarus Republic Decree, On Additional Measures to Regulate Ready-Cash Circulation in the Belarus Republic (5 Mar) 161
  14. Vladimir Zabolotskii, The Government Has Lost Time… (25 Mar) 163
  15. Presidium of the Belarusian Supreme Soviet Decree, On the Financial Situation and Implementation of Monetary and Credit Policy in the Republic of Belarus (15 Sep) 165

2 Central Asia

  1. Introduction 166
  2. Central Asian Summit, Tashkent ( 5 Jan) 168
  3. Sino-Russian Border Trade. Interview (19 Dec) 169

    Kyrgyzstan

    1. President of Kyrgyzstan Decree, On Questions of State Policy of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan in the Area of Foreign Labor Migration. We to You and You to Us. Without Any Obstacles! (5 Jan) 170
    2. President of Kyrgyzstan Decree, On Priority Development of the Republic of Kyrgyzstan Energy Complex (11 Jan) 172
    3. President of Kyrgyzstan on CIS (15 Jan) 174
    4. V. Niksdorf, Emergency Session of the Government. The President Speaks for the First Time of the Need for Extraordinary Measures (19 Jan) 174
    5. Igor Tkanchik, On Russians (3 Feb) 178
    6. Valerii Kuklin, Passions Over Language (25 Mar) 179
    7. Vice President Sees Country in Crisis (16 Oct) 180
    8. Kyrgyzstan-Iranians Sign Further Accords (21 Oct) 182
    9. Kyrgyzstan-Iranians Accord Signed (21 Oct) 183
    10. Iranian President Visits. Reports (27 Oct) 183
    11. New Prime Minister Outlines Program (16 Dec) 186
    12. President of the Kyrgyz Republic, On the Structure of the Government of the Kyrgyz Republic (17 Dec) 187

    Tadzhikistan

    1. Supreme Soviet Presidium of Tadzhikistan Decree, State of Emergency (6 Jan) 188
    2. The National Economy of Tadzhikistan Is in a Catastrophic State (11 Feb) 189
    3. Tadzhik Chief Press Conference On National Issues (5 Oct) 189
    4. Decree on Protecting Monetary System (12 Nov) 193
    5. Tadzhik Leader Discusses National Issues (15 Nov) 194
    6. Opposition Leader Interviewed (30 Nov) 200
    7. Iranian Ambassador on Tadzhik Conditions. Interview (9 Dec) 201
    8. Rakhmonov Address on National Questions (17 Dec) 202
    9. Rakhmonov Interview on National Problems (21 Dec) 205
    10. Tadzhik-Afghan Chiefs Hold Press Conference (23 Dec) 205
    11. Rakhmonov Reviews Events to Supreme Council (28 Dec) 208

    Turkmeniistan

    1. Liudmila Galzovskaia, Turkmenistan and the CIS (20 Jan) 214
    2. Turkmenistan Rejects CIS Charter (21 Jan) 214
    3. A. Bushev, Ashgabat Preserves Gas. Why Turkmenistan Did Not Sign the CIS Charter (29 Jan) 214
    4. Georgii Smolnikov, To Iran for Seed Potato (6 Feb) 215
    5. Turkmenistan Gives Priority to Relations With Russia (31 Mar) 216
    6. Saparmural Niiazov, Our Relation to the CIS (4 Sep) 217
    7. President Addresses People's Council on National Issues Report (8 Oct) 220
    8. Iranian President Visits Turkmenistan. Reports (22-24 Oct) 221
    9. Economic Successes Reviewed. Report (2 Nov) 223
    10. President Niiazov on Relations with Russia. Interview (22 Dec) 224
    11. Agreements Signed with Russia (23 Dec) 226

    Uzbekistan

    1. President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Decree, On Developing the Structure for Managing the Enterprises of the Transportation Conglomerate of the Republic of Uzbekistan (1 Dec 1992) 227
    2. Republic of Uzbekistan Law, On Administrative Supervision by the Organs of Internal Affairs of Persons Released From Places of Detention (9 Dec 1992) 228
    3. Cabinet of Ministers of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Decree, On Protection of the Consumer Market of the Republic of Uzbekistan in 1993 (26 Dec 1992) 231
    4. President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Decree, On Increasing Wages, Pensions and Stipends as of 1 January 1993 (29 Dec 1992) 232
    5. Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan Decree, On the Results of the Work of the Branches of the National Economy and the Achievement of the Basic Parameters of the Budget of the Republic of Uzbekistan During 1992, and Measures for the Development of the Republic Economy in 1993 (17 Feb) 233
    6. D. Vakilianov, Meet Ecological Demands (3 Mar) 236
    7. President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Decree, On Increasing Labor Remun- eration, Pensions, and Student Allowances From 1 April 1993 (23 Mar) 238
    8. Republic of Uzbekistan Law, On the Constitutional Court of Uzbekistan (6 May) 238
    9. President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Decree, On Improving the Admini- stration of Municipal Services in the Republic of Uzbekistan (15 Jul) 243
    10. President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Edict, On the Procedures for Collecting and Allocating State Non-Tax Payments in Foreign Exchange (31 Jul) 244
    11. Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Uzbekistan Decree, On the Course of Implementation of the Cabinet of Ministers' 21 January 1992 Decree No 21, "On the Provision of Financial Assistance to State Agricultural Enterprises..." (3 Aug) 245
    12. Republic of Uzbekistan Law, On the Introduction of the Uzbek Alphabet Based on Latin Graphics (2 Sep) 247
    13. Kazakh and Uzbek Presidents Meet (10 Nov) 248
    14. President Karimov Visits Britain, Economic Data (25 Nov) 249
    15. Uzbek-Ukrainian Economic Issues. Interview With Ukrainian Ambassador Vladimir Smetanin (30 Nov) 250
    16. President Reviews 1993 Economy (8 Dec) 251

3 Kazakhstan

  1. Introduction
  2. Republic of Kazakhstan President Decree, Increasing the Responsibility of Officials of State Administrative Bodies for the State of Discipline, Public Order, and Safety (4 Dec 1992) 253
  3. Constitution of the Republic of Kazakhstan (28 Jan) 255
  4. Bauzhan Sapargaliev, The Game Is Not Over with Poppies-The Opium War Continues (3 Feb) 270
  5. Nursultan Nazarbaev, A Strategy of Common Sense (6 Feb) 270
  6. Republic of Kazakhstan Presidential Decree, On the National Program for Destatization and Privatization in the Republic of Kazakhstan in 1993-95 (Stage II) (5 Mar) 274
  7. National Program for Destatization and Privatization in the Republic of Kazakhstan in 1993-95 (Stage II) (5 Mar) 275
  8. President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Decree, On Privatization (5 Mar) 285
  9. Republic of Kazakhstan Law, On the Ministry of Finance Taxation Service (31 Mar) 286
  10. Republic of Kazakhstan Supreme Council Resolution, On Implementation of the Law of the Republic of Kazakhstan "On the Taxation Service of the Republic of Kazakhstan Ministry of Finance" (31 Mar) 291
  11. President of the Republic of Kazakhstan Decree, On Conducting Explanatory Work to Organize Fulfillment of the Program of Urgent Anti-Crisis Measures and to Further the Socio-Economic Reforms (9 Apr) 291
  12. Republic of Kazakhstan Law, On the Republic of Kazakhstan Supreme Soviet Comptroller's Office (13 Apr) 291
  13. V. Moiseev, Not Foreigners, But Also Not Their Own. Russians Are Being Pressured in Kazakhstan (27 Aug) 294
  14. Kazakh Ambassador on Visit to China. Interview (17 Oct) 295
  15. Nazarbaev Meets with Chinese President (18 Oct) 296
  16. President Nazarbaev Interviewed in China (19 Oct) 298
  17. Statement of China-Kazakhstan Friendly Relations. Summary (21 Oct) 299
  18. Kazakh and Iranian Presidents Meet (25 Oct) 300
  19. Iranian President's Visit to Kazakhstan (25 Oct) 301
  20. Kazakh-Iranian Economic Agreements (27 Oct) 302
  21. Nazarbaev Interview on Relations with China (10 Nov) 303
  22. Kazakh President's Statement on New Currencies (11 Nov) 305
  23. Nazarbaev Address To Nation on New Currency (12 Nov) 305
  24. Kazakh President on Relations with Russia, Other Issues (24 Nov) 309
  25. Kazakh President on Relations with Russia, Other Issues (continued) (24 Nov) 311
  26. Kazakh-Russian Disagreements on Space Center (3 Dec) 313
  27. Law Granting New Authority to President (16 Dec) 314
  28. Nazarbaev Assesses National Life (18 Dec) 315
  29. Major General Alibek Kazymov and Sergeii Tyurin, Russia-Kazakhstan. How We Will Fulfill Alliance Obligations (25 Dec) 317
  30. Kazakh-Russian Accord on Space Center (28 Dec) 318

4 Transcaucasia

  1. Introduction
  2. General 319
  3. Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation, and Mutual Relations Bertween the Republic of Georgia and the Republic of Azerbaidzhan (3 Feb) 322

    Armenia

    1. Bylaws of the Armenian Democratic Party. Draft (Dec 1992) 326
    2. Zhirair Liparityan, Armenia Opens Contacts With Turkey (3 Feb) 330
    3. Armenian President Decree, On the Appointment of the Members of the Armenian Government (16 Feb) 331
    4. Armen Khanbabyan, Language Law Finally Adopted. There Will be Fewer Signs in Russian and English (2 Apr) 332
    5. Sergei Bablumian, Armenia Removes Ban on Purchase and Sale of Land (14 Aug) 332
    6. Report on Inflation (14 Oct) 333
    7. Armenian President's Statement Summons Azerbaidzhan to Cease Aggression (27 Dec) 334

    Azerbaidzhan

    1. President of Azerbaidzhan Decree, State of Emergency (5 Jan) 335
    2. President of Azerbaidzhan Decree, On State of Emergency (2 Apr) 335
    3. Azerbaidzhan National Assembly, Debate on CIS Membership (20 Sep) 336
    4. Selected Economic Statistics (29 Sep) 338
    5. Geydar Aliev, Joining the CIS is in the Country's Interest. The President of Azerbaidzhan is Against Creating Artificial Obstacles in Relations with Neighbors (14 Oct) 339
    6. Iranian President's Visit. (21 Oct) 341
    7. Iranian President Ends Visit. Press Conference (28 Oct) 342
    8. Aliev Comments at Press Conference (28 Oct) 343
    9. President Addresses Nation (2 Nov) 343
    10. Aliev Meets Opposition Leaders (17 Nov) 347
    11. Iranian Ambassador on Azeri Refugees. Interview. (24 Nov) 348
    12. Zaur Kadymbekov, Azerbaidzhan. Communist Party is Revived (15 Dec) 349
    13. Aliev Interview in Paris (22 Dec) 350
    14. Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict
    15. Joint Statement of the President of the Russian Federation and the President of the United States on Nagorno-Karabakh (3 Jan) 352
    16. Seda Vermisheva, An "Ordinary" Conflict (4 May) 353
    17. Geydar Aliev, Interview with Karabakh (16 Sep) 354
    18. Armen Khanbabian, Meeting in Moscow Does Not Bring Expected Results. "Old" Rubles Heighten Social Tensions (13 Oct) 356
    19. Karabakh Leaders on Settling Conflict. Interview (11 Nov) 357
    20. Azeri Official Discusses Karabakh Talks (13 Nov) 360
    21. NKR Statement on Azerbaidzhan Attacks (23 Dec) 361
    22. Armenian President's Statement Summons Azerbaidzhan to Cease Aggression (27 Dec) 361

    Georgia

    1. Republic of Georgia Law, On Universal Military Service Obligation (29 Dec 1992) 362
    2. A. Neverov, An Ecological Land Mine. The Local End of the World? (Apr) 368
    3. Valerian Advadze, Georgian Ambassador to Russia, All Roads Lead to CIS (24 Sep) 368
    4. SDPG Chairman Guram Muchaidze Calls for "Eurasian Home." Interview (30 Sep) 370
    5. Eduard Shevardnadze, Interview on CIS and Conflicts in Georgia (8 Oct) 371
    6. Shevardnadze on Current Situation. Interview (18 Oct) 373
    7. Shevardnadze Interview on Current Events (4 Nov) 377
    8. Shevardnadze Interview on Domestic Issues (11 Nov) 379
    9. Shevardnadze Address to Parliament (25 Nov) 381
    10. Shevardnadze Interview on War, Relations with Russia (29 Nov) 385
    11. Shevardnadze Interview on Financial and War Issues (20 Dec) 387

    Conflict in Abkhazia

    1. Parliament of Georgia Decree, On the Implementation of Necessary Measures to Protect the Lives and Security of the Peaceful Population in the Zone of Armed Conflict (1 Apr) 392
    2. Svetlana Shipunova, He Came From Eshery. The Life and War of Vladislav Ardzinba (24 Aug) 393
    3. Interview with Sergey Bebiya, Advisor to the Chairman of Abkhaz Parliament (2 Oct) 398
    4. Abkhazia's President Vladislav Ardzinba Views War with Georgia (4 Oct) 399
    5. Abkhaz Geneva Delegation Leader on War. Report (12 Oct) 400
    6. Eduard Shevardnadze, I Thought My Life Had Come To an End (12 Oct) 402
    7. Abkhaz President Interviewed (2 Nov) 406
    8. Georgian Response To "Caucasian Peoples" Letters (3 Nov) 407
    9. Georgian General of Justice Aleksandr Shushanashirli Analyzes Defeat in Abkhazia. Interview (19 Nov) 409
    10. Georgia-Abkhazia Discussions in Geneva. Report (30 Nov) 412
    11. Georgia-Abkhazia Understanding in Geneva. Report (1 Dec) 412
    12. Abkhazia-Georgia Memorandum of Understanding (1 Dec) 413
    13. Georgia Delegation to Geneva Talks Statement (2 Dec) 414

Bibliography 416
Glossary 418

Indexes 419

  1. Names 421
  2. Subject 426
  3. Geography and Places 426
  4. Institutions, Committees, Declarations, Organizations and Treaties 428

 

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