Rules For Standardization In The Military

Original Language Title: Standartizācijas noteikumi militārajā jomā

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 935 Riga 2004 November 16 (Mon. No 66 19. §) rules for standardization in the military Issued in accordance with article 13 of the law on Standardisation of the second part of rule 1 determine the standardization principles, tasks and organizational system of military cooperation. 2. the principles of Standardization in the military field are the following: 2.1 compliance with the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) standardisation laid down criteria and requirements;
2.2. compliance with the NATO terminology. 3. the tasks of military Standardization in the field are the following: 3.1. promote national armed forces and NATO's cooperation between military and civilian objectives;
3.2. provide national armed forces (connectivity, inter-changeability or koplietojamīb) with NATO forces and structure. 4. national standardization policy in the military exercise, the Ministry of Defence. 5. Standardization of military areas or the Defence Ministry after the suggestion by another national authority within the limits of its competence. 6. Ministry of Defence organised by the NATO standard for military cooperation or specific criteria, as well as ensure the standard or specific criteria. 7. in the area of military Standardization takes place, in full or in part, the NATO military standards. NATO standard military area introduced by the Minister for defence or other Minister, or other public authority issued by the head of the internal regulations of the Act. NATO military standards, which are implemented in full, should be translated into the national language. 8. About NATO military standards, which are implemented with other Ministers or other heads of State bodies issued by internal laws, the Minister or the head of the public body shall inform every six months the Ministry of defence. Prime Minister i. Emsis Defense Minister a. Slakter States