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Agreement Under Article Vi Of The Treaty Of Mutual Cooperation And Security

Notwithstanding the provisions of Article 2 and Section 5 of the Postal Act (Act 165 of 1947), the United States of America may, in facilities and territories used by the U.S. armed forces, U.S. military post offices for the use of members of the U.S. armed forces, the civilian component and its members, and, in accordance with Article 21 of the Japan-U.S. Mutual Cooperation and Security Agreement on the territories and U.S. Military Forces” (Treaty 7 of 196帳0) between U.S. military post offices in Japan and between these military post offices and other U.S. post offices. , the “Japan-U.S. Cooperation and Security Agreement, facilities and territories and the status of the U.S. Armed Forces in Japan” is an agreement between Japan and the United States , signed in Washington on January 19, 1960, the same day as the revised security treaty between the United States and Japan.

It is an agreement on the status of the armed forces (SOFA), as defined in Article VI of this treaty, in which “the use of a […] Facilities and territories [granted to the U.S.] as well as the status of U.S. forces in Japan.” It replaced the former U.S.-Japan Administrative Agreement, which regulates such issues under the original 1951 Security Treaty. Article 3, paragraph 1, applies mutatis mutandis to the fees for telecommunications services under Article 1 of the UN Armed Forces Agreement, in accordance with Article 1 of the UNITED Nations Armed Forces Statute Agreement in Japan (hereafter referred to as the “United Nations Armed Forces”). In this case, the term “agreement between Japan and the United States on the facilities and territories and status of the United States armed forces in Japan, in accordance with Article VI of the Treaty on Mutual Cooperation and Security,” is replaced by the term “Agreement on the Status of the United Nations Armed Forces in Japan帳.” : persons with temporary landing permits, persons with special landing permits (excluding those with temporary landing permits), diplomats, etc., with “diplomat” status, travellers for official purposes for a foreign government with “official” status and military personnel, as well as civilian employees and family members covered by Article VI of the Treaty of Cooperation and Mutual Security between Japan and the United States , with respect to the facilities and territories and the status of the United States armed forces in Japan and other agreements (hereinafter referred to as the “Japan-U.S. Agreement on the Status of the Armed Forces, etc.”). 帳 > Cooperation and Security Agreement between Japan and the United States of America on the facilities and territories and status of the United States Armed Forces in Japan”完全致を検 and を検 1953 ), telecommunications facilities installed in Japan by U.S. forces in Japan on the basis of the U.S.-Japan Mutual Cooperation and Security Treaty Security between Japan and the United States of America with respect to facilities and U.S. territories and status in Japan帳 Japan.