109 STAT. 676 PUBLIC LAW 104-61—DEC. 1, 1995 (B) any other international humanitarian assistance operation if the President reports to Congress that the estimated cost of such operation is less than $50,000,000. (c) CONSULTATION WITH CONGRESS.—(1) Consultations under subsection (a) in the case of any operation shall be initiated before the initial deployment of United States Armed Forces units to participate in the operation and, whenever possible, at least 15 days before such deployment. However, if the President determines that the national security so requires, the President may delay the initiation of such consultations until after such initial deploy- ment, but in no case may such consultations be initiated later than 48 hours after such deployment. (2) Such consultations shall include discussion of all of the following: (A) The goals of the operation and the mission of any United States Armed Forces units involved in the operation. (B) The United States interests that will be served by the operation. (C) The estimated cost of the operation. (D) The strategy by which the President proposes to fund the operation, including possible supplemental appropriations or payments from international organizations, foreign countries, or other donors. (E) The extent of involvement of armed forces and other contributions of personnel from other nations. (F) The anticipated duration and scope of the operation. (3) Such consultations shall continue on a periodic basis throughout the period of the deplojonent. (d) REQUESTS FOR EMERGENCY SUPPLEMENTAL APPROPRIA- TIONS. —Whenever there is a deployment of United States Armed Forces to perform an international humanitarian, peacekeeping, or peace-enforcement operation, the President should seek emergency supplemental appropriations to meet the incremental costs to the Department of Defense of that deployment not later than 90 days after the date on which such deployment commences. (e) COMMITTEES TO BE INCLUDED IN CONSULTATIONS. — The committees referred to in subsection (a) are the following: (1) The congressional defense committees. (2) The Committee on Foreign Relations of the Senate and the Committee on International Relations of the House of Representatives. (3) The Select Committee on Intelligence of the Senate and the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence of the House of Representatives. SEC. 8116. (a) FINDINGS. —The Senate makes the following findings: (1) The President of France stated on June 13, 1995, that the Republic of France plans to conduct eight nuclear test explosions over the next several months. (2) The People's Republic of China continues to conduct underground nuclear weapons tests. (3) The United States, France, Russia, and Great Britain ^ have observed a moratorium on nuclear testing since 1992. (4) A resumption of testing by the Republic of France could result in the disintegration of the current testing moratorium and a renewal of underground testing by other nuclear weapon states.