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Other speakers said States must be bound legally to commitments to completely ensure the prevention of the weaponization of outer space.  The speaker from the Russian Federation said a legally binding instrument with reliable guarantees needed to be developed, pointing out the Russian-Chinese draft text.  (...) A legally binding instrument with reliable guarantees needed to be developed, he said, pointing out the Russian-Chinese draft treaty.  An undated version of that draft had been under consideration at the Conference on Disarmament since June 2014, he said, drawing attention to the fact that the text had responded to all questions, including the definition of outer space weapons.  (...) Security Council resolutions 1874 (2009), 2087 (2013), 2094 (2013) and 2270 (2016) had made it clear that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea must not carry out any launches.  The United Nations Charter obliged Member States to adhere to all Security Council decisions, he said, adding that the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea was bound by its obligations and that its claim to the peaceful use of outer space could not be justified.
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Score: 997292.2 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2016/gadis3557.doc.htm
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I.2 Additional requirements — Lithium ion cells and batteries must be protected against short circuits. — Lithium ion cells or batteries must: — be placed in inner packagings that completely enclose the cell or battery then placed in an outer packaging of a type shown below that meets the Packing Group II performance requirements, then placed with the equipment in an outer packaging. (...) II.2 Additional requirements — Lithium ion cells and batteries must: be placed in inner packagings that completely enclose the cell or battery, then placed with the equipment in a strong rigid outer packaging. — be placed in inner packagings that completely enclose the cell or battery, then placed in a strong rigid outer packaging; or — be placed in inner packagings that completely enclose the cell or battery, then placed with the equipment in a strong rigid outer packaging. — Cells and batteries must be protected so as to prevent short circuits. (...) II.2 Additional requirements — Lithium metal cells and batteries must: be placed in inner packagings that completely enclose the cell or battery, then placed with the equipment in a strong rigid outer packaging. — be placed in inner packagings that completely enclose the cell or battery, then placed in a strong rigid outer packaging; or — be placed in inner packagings that completely enclose the cell or battery, then placed with the equipment in a strong rigid outer packaging. — Cells and batteries must be protected so as to prevent short circuits.
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Score: 996447.1 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG20/DGPWG.20.WP.004.3.en.pdf
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Transparency and confidence-building measures in outer space activities The General Assembly, Recalling its resolutions 60/66 of 8 December 2005, 61/75 of 6 December 2006, 62/43 of 5 December 2007, 63/68 of 2 December 2008 and 64/49 of 2 December 2009, Reaffirming that the prevention of an arms race in outer space would avert a grave danger to international peace and security, Conscious that further measures should be examined in the search for agreements to prevent an arms race in outer space, including the weaponization of outer space, Recalling, in this context, its previous resolutions, including resolutions 45/55 B of 4 December 1990 and 48/74 B of 16 December 1993, which, inter alia, emphasize the need for increased transparency and confirm the importance of confidence-building measures as a means conducive to ensuring the attainment of the objective of the prevention of an arms race in outer space, Recalling also the report of the Secretary-General of 15 October 1993 to the General Assembly at its forty-eighth session, the annex to which contains the study by governmental experts on the application of confidence-building measures in outer space,1 Noting the constructive debate which the Conference on Disarmament held on this subject in 2010, including the views expressed by Member States, Noting also the introduction by China and the Russian Federation at the Conference on Disarmament of the draft treaty on the prevention of the placement of weapons in outer space and of the threat or use of force against outer space objects,2 _______________ 1 A/48/305 and Corr.1. 2 See CD/1839. A/RES/65/68 2 Noting further the presentation by the European Union of a draft code of conduct for outer space activities, Noting the contribution of Member States which have submitted to the Secretary-General concrete proposals on international outer space transparency and confidence-building measures pursuant to paragraph 1 of resolution 61/75, paragraph 2 of resolution 62/43, paragraph 2 of resolution 63/68 and paragraph 2 of resolution 64/49, 1. Takes note of the final report of the Secretary-General containing concrete proposals from Member States on international outer space transparency and confidence-building measures;3 2.
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Score: 996321 - https://www.unidir.org/files/m...oc-1-a-res-65-68-eng-0-579.pdf
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Addendum to section IV of document A/72/65 “Report of the Secretary-General “Transparency and confidence- building measures in outer space activities” Russian Federation The report of the Group of Governmental Experts on Transparency and Confidence-building Measures in Outer Space Activities and the recommendations it contains set important goals and define high standards related to safety and security in outer space. (...) The Russian Federation regards the widest possible implementation of transparency and confidence-building measures in outer space activities as an important prerequisite for elaborating and concluding a legally binding treaty on the prevention of placement of weapons in outer space. The Russia-China draft treaty on the prevention of the placement of weapons in outer space, the threat or use of force against outer space objects serves a good basis for achieving this goal.
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Score: 996131.9 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...t/uploads/2017/09/Russia-E.pdf
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European Union [Original: English] [10 February 2017] The European Union and its member States consider resolution 70/53 on transparency and confidence- building measures in outer space activities, adopted by the General Assembly on 7 December 2015, to be an important instrument for the promotion and strengthening of international cooperation in the exploration and use of outer space for peaceful purposes. (...) The European Union recognizes outer space as a global common good, to be used for the benefit of mankind. (...) The European Union commends the members and the Chair of the Working Group on the Long-term Sustainability of Outer Space Activities of the Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space for their excellent work and the tangible progress achieved.
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Score: 996131.9 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...ontent/uploads/2017/04/EUE.pdf
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Iran’s representative said his delegation would not support the draft because an arms race in outer space has become a serious threat whereas the 1967 Outer Space Treaty does not address new threats.   (...) Acting again without a vote, the Committee approved the draft resolutions “Prevention of an arms race in outer space” and “Transparency and confidence-building measures in outer space activities”. (...) The Russian Federation’s representative pointed out that some States are already in an arms race in outer space and are using various means to plan for hostilities.  
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Score: 995954.7 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2021/gadis3676.doc.htm
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 Packing Instructions 967 and 970, which apply to lithium batteries contained in equipment, are written with the assumption that each outer packaging will either contain a single piece of equipment or, where multiple pieces of equipment are placed in an outer packaging, that these will be individually packaged. 1.2 However, this is not explicitly stated and there is no specific requirement where there are multiple pieces of equipment in one outer packaging that they be packed to prevent damage due to contact between the pieces of equipment. 1.3 There are also conflicting requirements in both Section I and Section II of these packing instructions where the general requirements clearly state that the equipment must be packed in strong outer packagings but the additional requirements permit other than strong outer packagings where the battery is afforded equivalent protection by the equipment in which it is contained. (...) I.1 General requirements Equipment must be packed in strong outer packagings that conform to Part 4;1.1.1, 1.1.3.1 and 1.1.10 (except 1.1.10.1). (...) I.1 General requirements Equipment must be packed in strong outer packagings that conform to Part 4;1.1.1, 1.1.3.1 and 1.1.10 (except 1.1.10.1).
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Score: 994828.4 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da.../WG21/DGPWG.21.WP.023.2.en.pdf
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REPORT ON THE COORDINATION OF TRANSPARENCY AND CONFIDENCE-BUILDING MEASURES IN OUTER SPACE ACTIVITIES IN THE UNITED NATIONS SYSTEM (FOR BRUNEI DARUSSALAM) In the First Committee of the 71st UNGA session, Brunei Darussalam joined all countries in supporting and adopting the UN resolution ‘Transparency and confidence-building measures in outer space activities’ Brunei Darussalam’s transparency and confidence-building measures (TCBMs) include: - articulating their commitment to these issues; general transparency by sharing any available information on these issues including if there are military outer space expenditure and other national security activities; and informing (if any) other international cooperation measures in outer space activities that the country is involved in. (...) Hence, Brunei Darussalam remains committed to a number of UN resolutions on outer space (disarmament aspects) that supported to; maintain peaceful uses of outer space; maintain outer space free of weapons; and prevent arms race in outer space. On that note, Brunei Darussalam does not have any military equipment that also support outer space activities.
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Score: 993074.6 - https://www.un.org/disarmament...nt/uploads/2017/04/BruneiE.pdf
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INTRODUCTION 1.1 I am often asked by industry to define for them my opinion of what would be accepted as “strong outer packaging” when the term is used without guidance in the Technical Instructions. 1.2 A number of references to “strong outer packagings” provide some insight into what is meant by the term. 1.3 Special Provision A41, sub-paragraph e) (applicable to permeation devices) includes a reference to strong outer packaging and outlines what is basically a performance test for strong outer packaging as follows: International Civil Aviation Organization WORKING PAPER DGP-WG/10-WP/21 5/10/10 DGP-WG/10-WP/21 - 2 - . . . e) The secondary packaging must be securely packed in strong outer packaging. (...) Where necessary, they must be provided with a suitable inner coating or treatment. 4; 1.1.10: 1.1.10 Inner packagings must be so packed, secured or cushioned in an outer packaging in such a way that, under normal conditions of transport, they cannot break, be punctured or leak their contents into DGP-WG/10-WP/21 - 3 - the outer packaging. (...) Any leakage of the contents must not substantially impair the protective properties of the cushioning material or of the outer packaging. 1.5 Therefore, having regard to the above, a strong outer package meeting the areas outlined would be regarded as meeting the intention of the expression “strong outer packaging”. 1.6 The term “strong outer packaging” might also provide a starting point for a minimum level of outer packaging acceptable for the air transport of items regarded as “not restricted”. 2.
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Score: 992116.6 - https://www.icao.int/safety/Da...%2010/DGPWG.10.WP.021.2.en.pdf
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Other topics of discussion include the definition and delimitation of outer space, the status and application of the five United Nations treaties on outer space, and matters relating to the character and use of the geostationary orbit.   (...) Based on this information, the United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs (OOSA) maintains the United Nations Register of Objects Launched into Outer Space, for which it also provides an online searchable index. (...) The Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) was set up by the General Assembly in 1959 to review the scope of international cooperation in the peaceful uses of outer space, to devise programmes in this field to be undertaken under United Nations auspices, to encourage continued research and the dissemination of information on outer space matters and to study legal problems arising from the exploration of outer space.  
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Score: 991619.4 - https://www.un.org/press/en/2005/os1813.doc.htm
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