2. The installation, storage or introduction of nuclear or unconventional weapons or their components on Spanish territory is subject to the agreement of the Spanish government. 5. The base commander and the commander of the U.S. armed forces may enter into agreements on fire prevention and suppression, maintenance of appropriate sanitary and sanitary conditions on the basis and cooperation during the period of the publication disaster. A peace agreement between the United States of America and Her Majesty, the Queen Regent of Spain, in the name of Don Alfonso XIII, son of August, was concluded and signed on 10 December 1898 in Paris by their respective government representatives, whose initial agreement, in English and Spanish, is: 2. , to develop, maintain and operate, under the conditions to be agreed with the Spanish Government , and for military purposes, territories and facilities that can be agreed by the competent authorities of both governments for the purposes of this agreement. 2. The United States authorities reject any action brought in the United States courts against members of the Spanish armed forces or civilian members, who are making a claim under Article VIII, paragraph 5, of the Status of Forces Agreement. f. Fuel can be exchanged between the Ministry of Defence and the DESC to ensure the rotation of stored products. The Ministry of Defence and DESC are doing everything in their power to use fuel that has been stored for more than five years and is showing signs of deterioration during testing.
In this case, the contracting parties jointly determine the minimum specifications to meet the exchanged fuel. The Spanish-American War began on April 25, 1898 following a series of growing conflicts between the two nations and ended on December 10, 1898 with the signing of the Treaty of Paris. This led Spain to lose control of the remnants of its overseas empire.  After the independence of much of the continental continent of Latin America, Cuba attempted revolution in the years 1868-1878 and again in the 1890s, led by José Martin, or «El Apéstol». He returned to Cuba and first participated in the fighting against the Spanish government, but was killed on May 19, 1895. The Philippines also became resistant to Spanish colonial rule at that time. August 1896 was the first call for revolt led by Andrés Bonifacio, followed by Emilio Aguinaldo y Famy, who had his predecessor arrested. Bonifacio was executed on May 10, 1897. Aguinaldo then negotiated the Biak-na-Bato Pact with the Spanish and was exiled to Hong Kong with the other revolutionary leaders. 1. A high-level bilateral defence commission, chaired by the United States Minister of Defence and the Spanish Minister of Defence or his senior officers, to which they delegate, is established as a political consultative body between the two countries in the field of defence and with a view to promoting the development of this agreement.