WARSAW Contract 1955 (On friendship, cooperation and mutual assistance), signed on May 14 in Warsaw, Albania (since 1962 did not participate in the work done on the basis of Warsaw of the contract, and in September 1968 came from the Organization), Bulgaria, Hungary, East Germany (after the accession to the Federal Republic of Germany in 1990 withdrew from the Organization), Poland, Romania, the USSR, Czechoslovakia. The objectives Warsaw Contract proclaimed security of the Warsaw contract and the maintenance of peace in Europe. Warsaw Pact countries have made joint command the armed forces, together with the leadership and staff of the Military Council of the activities of the Joint Armed Forces (Moscow headquarters location.) The supreme body of the Warsaw Pact Political Consultative Committee (PCC). April 26, 1985 the Warsaw contract extended for 20 years. In February, 1990 abolished military bodies. July 1, 1991 in Prague Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, the USSR and Czechoslovakia signed a protocol on the termination of the contract acts Warsaw 1955.