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The Russian Federation consistently advocates the maintenance of a weapons-free outer space, traditionally co-sponsoring the UN General Assembly resolution entitled "Prevention of an arms race in outer space". (...) In the UNDC work on TCBMs/PAROS, we deem it necessary to actively use, besides the GGE report, the intermediate results of elaborating a set of guidelines for ensuring the long-term sustainability of outer space activities of the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS, A/A.105/L.315), working papers submitted to COPUOS by the Russian Federation, UN Secretary General’s Report on outer space TCBMs (A/65/123), General Assembly resolutions "Allocation of Loss in the Case of Transboundary Harm Arising out of Hazardous Activities" (A/RES/61/36) and "Consideration of Prevention of Transboundary Harm from Hazardous Activities and Allocation of Loss in the Case of Such Harm" (A/RES/71/143), and the relevant documents of the UN International Law Commission. 5. (...) Russian approaches to this issue are set out in detail in the March 2015 submission to the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space "On the identification of cross-links between the recommendations contained in the GGE report on TCBMs and the topic of developing guidelines on the long-term sustainability of outer space activities".2 Initiative on no first placement of weapons in outer space 12.
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Score: 1125045.7 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...A-CN.10-2018-WG.2-CRP.2-E2.pdf
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China believes that the adoption by all countries of an appropriate level of transparency and confidence-building measures with respect to their outer space activities will help to increase mutual trust, reduce misunderstandings, promote cooperation in the peaceful use of outer space, and to a certain extent help to prevent the weaponization of outer space and assist in the verification of an outer space arms control treaty in the future. (...) However, outer space transparency and confidence-building measures are not legally binding and thus cannot fill the gaps in existing international legal instruments on outer space. (...) In the latest version of its white paper on outer space, published in December 2016, China reiterated its unwavering stance on the peaceful use of outer space, its opposition to the weaponization of outer space and a space arms race, and explained in detail its aims and principles with respect to outer space activities and the primary tasks in their development over the next five years; (b) Diligently fulfilling its obligations with respect to the Convention on Registration of Objects Launched into Outer Space.
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Score: 1123686.4 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...ent/uploads/2017/04/ChinaE.pdf
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JUDIT KÖRÖMI of the European Union delegation recognized outer space as a global common good and relayed the accomplishments and potential of the European Union’s Galileo and Copernicus programmes, which would contribute to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals set out in the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.  (...) In that regard, the United Nations had carried out a great amount of work adopting the Outer Space Treaty.  (...) The United Kingdom did not rule out the possibility of one day agreeing to a new legally binding treaty on outer space, but there remained serious political, technological and practical challenges before such negotiations could begin. 
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Score: 1123481.3 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2017/gadis3583.doc.htm
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Nations should all agree to not be the first to place weapons in outer space, and adopt a resolution to that effect. (...) The militarization potential of outer space had become increasingly disquieting.  (...) All States had a legitimate right to access outer space without discrimination.  Cuba had committed to not be the first to place weapons of any kind in outer space, and to preventing an arms race in outer space. 
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Score: 1122908.5 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2015/gadis3532.doc.htm
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China’s representative emphasized the need to focus on adherence to the existing legal regime and principles.  The Outer Space Treaty explicitly prohibited the placement of weapons of mass destruction in outer space, but did not touch upon other types of weapons, he pointed out.  (...) The Outer Space Treaty explicitly prohibited the placement of weapons of mass destruction in outer space and set out the means for maintaining the arena’s peaceful nature, he pointed out, emphasizing that its universal sanctity must be strengthened.  (...) He went on to point out that the Outer Space Treaty did not touch upon other types of weapons, and that certain space‑based systems could be placed and used in a time of war. 
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Score: 1122617.1 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2017/gadis3579.doc.htm
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A/CN.10/2018/WG.II/CRP.4 18 April 2018 1 2018 United Nations Disarmament Commission Working Group II: "In accordance with recommendations contained in the report of the Group of Governmental Experts on Transparency and Confidence-building Measures in Outer Space Activities (A/68/189), preparation of recommendations to promote the practical implementation of transparency and confidence-building measures in outer space activities with the goal of preventing an arms race in outer space" Chair’s paper1 Based on the exchanges of views, the following recommendations are proposed: Proposed structure of recommendations to promote the practical implementation of transparency and confidence-building measures in outer space activities with the goal of preventing an arms race in outer space The Working Group’s recommendations should be structured as outlined below. (...) Nature and purpose of transparency and confidence-building measures in outer space activities • Part III, Section B. Transparency and confidence-building measures in outer space activities • Part III, Section C. Criteria for transparency and confidence-building measures in outer space • Part IV (Enhancing the transparency of outer space activities) IV.
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Score: 1122431.1 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...04/A-CN.10-2018-WG.2-CRP.4.pdf
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Outer Space – UNODA     Welcome to the United Nations. (...) It also establishes basic principles related to the peaceful use of outer space. This includes that the exploration and use of outer space shall be carried out for the benefit and in the interests of all countries and that the moon and other celestial bodies shall not be subject to national appropriation or claims of sovereignty. (...) Transparency and Confidence-Building Measures The Group of Governmental Experts at the Monument to the Explorers of Space on the grounds of the UN Office at Geneva In 1990, the General Assembly requested the Secretary-General, with the assistance of a group of governmental experts, to carry out a study on different confidence-building measures in outer space.
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Score: 1121972 - https://www.un.org/disarmament/topics/outerspace/
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Recognizing the common interest of humankind in outer space and seeking to answer questions on how outer space can help benefit the people's of Earth, the General Asssembly adopted its  first resolution related to outer space , resolution 1348 (XIII) entitled "Question of the Peaceful Use of Outer Space". (...) Today, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) is the United Nations office responsible for promoting international cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space. UNOOSA serves as the secretariat for the General Assembly's only committee dealing exclusively with international cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space: the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS).
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Score: 1121579.4 - https://www.un.org/en/node/52659
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Recognizing the common interest of humankind in outer space and seeking to answer questions on how outer space can help benefit the people's of Earth, the General Asssembly adopted its  first resolution related to outer space , resolution 1348 (XIII) entitled "Question of the Peaceful Use of Outer Space". (...) Today, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (UNOOSA) is the United Nations office responsible for promoting international cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space. UNOOSA serves as the secretariat for the General Assembly's only committee dealing exclusively with international cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space: the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS).
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Score: 1121579.4 - https://www.un.org/en/observances/human-spaceflight-day
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Recognizing the common interest of humankind in outer space and seeking to answer questions on how outer space can help benefit the people's of Earth, the General Asssembly adopted its  first resolution related to outer space , resolution 1348 (XIII) entitled "Question of the Peaceful Use of Outer Space". (...) Today, the  United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs  (UNOOSA) is the United Nations office responsible for promoting international cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space. UNOOSA serves as the secretariat for the General Assembly's only committee dealing exclusively with international cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space: the  United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space  (COPUOS).
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Score: 1121465.6 - https://www.un.org/en/observances/moon-day
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