Diplomatic Reciprocity and Security
Requires, if the President is unable to make specified determinations regarding the security of the new U.S. Embassy in Moscow and the presence of the Soviet Embassy on Mount Alto in Washington, D.C., and to thereby waive this requirement, that the United States withdraw from the United States-Soviet Embassy Agreement. Directs the Secretary, if such waiver does not occur, to notify the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics that the Mount Alto site will cease to be available to it after a specified period.
Prohibits, if such requirement takes effect, the Mount Alto site from being made available for use thereafter by any foreign mission.
Expresses the sense of the Congress that the arbitration process concerning damages from construction delays on the new U.S. Embassy in Moscow should include Soviet reimbursement of the full costs incurred by the United States as a result of Soviet intelligence activities directed at such Embassy. Requires the Secretary to ensure that:
(1) diplomatic and consular posts in the Soviet Union do not pay more than fair value for goods and services;
(2) U.S. diplomatic and consular posts in the Soviet Union have full access to goods and services; and
(3) the real property used by U.S. diplomatic and consular posts in the Soviet Union is equivalent in quantity and quality to the real property used by diplomatic and consular posts of the Soviet mission to the United States. Directs the Secretary of the Treasury to assist the Secretary with respect to determining the payment of fair value.
Directs the Secretary to report to the Congress on such requirements for embassy reciprocity within 60 days after enactment of this Act and annually thereafter.
Prohibits the Secretary from allowing the Soviet mission to the United States to occupy any new consulate until the U.S. mission in Kiev can occupy secure permanent facilities.
Includes financial and currency exchange services under the definition of benefit under the State Department Basic Authorities Act of 1956.
Directs the Secretary to submit to the Congress a report discussing whether the number of Soviet trading enterprise personnel in the United States should be reduced.
Directs the Secretary to develop and implement a special personnel security program for State Department personnel assigned to U.S. diplomatic and consular posts in high intelligence threat countries.
Directs the Secretary to report on such program to the Congress within six months after the enactment of this Act. Amends the Diplomatic Security Act to direct the Secretary to convene an Accountability Review Board when a serious breach of security involving intelligence activities of a foreign government directed at a U.S. mission abroad occurs.
Authorizes the Secretary to delay establishing such a board if intelligence sources and methods would be compromised.
Requires the Secretary to consult with the chairman of specified congressional committees before such a determination of delay and to promptly advise them of such determinations.
Prohibits, after September 30, 1990, the employment of any national of a Communist country as a foreign national employee in any area of a U.S. diplomatic or consular facility in any Communist country where classified materials are maintained.
Expresses congressional willingness to provide additional funds to employ U.S. nationals to replace such individuals.
Directs the Secretary, as part of the FY 1990-1991 budget request, to report on the feasibility and budget impact of such requirement and to request funds necessary for its implementation.
Authorizes the President to waive such requirement under specified circumstances and to notify the appropriate congressional committees of such waivers.
Directs the Secretary to terminate retirement benefits for foreign nationals (who are or were Department employees) engaging in intelligence activities directed against the United States. Authorizes the Secretary to waive such requirement under specified circumstances and to notify the appropriate congressional committees of such waivers.
Directs the Secretary, within six months after enactment of this Act, to submit a report to the Congress discussing the advisability of employing foreign nationals at foreign service posts abroad.
Directs the Secretary to consult with specified Federal officials and to include information on the access of such employees to automatic data processing systems and networks.
Directs the Secretary to certify to the Congress, before undertaking any new construction project, that:
(1) appropriate steps have been taken to secure the project; and
(2) the resulting facility will incorporate adequate security measures for protection of classified information, national security activities, and all personnel.
Requires that certification documentation be made available to the chairmen of specified congressional committees in appropriate classified form.
Requires the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) to assist the Secretary in such security certification and to submit disagreeing views to the Secretary. Amends the State Department Basic Authorities Act to 1956 to provide certain restrictions on the sale or lease of real property to unfriendly foreign countries.
Prohibits the acquisition of real property in the United States by or on behalf of a foreign mission of such a foreign country if either the Secretary of Defense or the Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) judges that such acquisition might substantially improve that country's ability to engage in intelligence activities hostile to U..S. national security interests.
Provides that such prohibition shall not prevent the establishment of a foreign mission by a country which does not have a mission in the United States or the opening of a consular mission in a city which currently does not have such a mission.
Imposes travel restrictions on certain individuals connected with a foreign government that engages in intelligence activities in the United States that are harmful to U.S. national security interests, if such individuals are:
(1) personnel of an international organization and nationals of such a foreign country; or
(2) personnel of a mission to an international organization, if that is the mission of such a foreign government.
Authorizes the Secretary to waive such restrictions, in consultation with the Director of the CIA and FBI. Directs the Secretary to report every six months on implementation of such restrictions to specified congressional committees.
Directs the Secretary to:
(1) implement a program of counterintelligence polygraph examinations for members of the Diplomatic Security Service during FY 1988 and 1989; and
(2) issue regulations to govern such program.
Expresses the sense of the Congress that the Department of State should conclude an agreement with Hungary to:
(1) allow for the construction of new chancery facilities in Budapest which would totally segregate sensitive activities from those of an unclassified and public-oriented character and
(2) ensure the U.S. Government's right to employ only American construction personnel and to have complete control over access to the chancery site from the inception of construction.