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The Committee had before it the following documents:1 NPT/CONF.2020/1 Final report of the Preparatory Committee for the 2020 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/2 Memorandum of the Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean NPT/CONF.2020/2/Add.1 Addendum to the memorandum of the Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean NPT/CONF.2020/3 Background paper prepared by the secretariat of the International Atomic Energy Agency on the activities of the International Atomic Energy Agency relevant to article III of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/4 Background paper prepared by the secretariat of the International Atomic Energy Agency on the activities of the International Atomic Energy Agency relevant to article IV of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/5 National report submitted by Sweden pursuant to action 20 of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/6 Summary update report submitted by Australia on the implementation of the action plan agreed at the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/7 Report submitted by Slovenia on the implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/8 Summary update to the reports submitted by Austria on the implementation of the conclusions and recommendations for follow-on actions of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/9 Report submitted by Spain on the implementation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/10/Rev.2 Report submitted by the Netherlands on the implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and previous Review Conference outcomes __________________ 1 Some of the documents may also cover items allocated to other Main Committees. https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/1 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/2 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/2/Add.1 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/3 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/4 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/5 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/6 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/7 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/8 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/9 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/10/Rev.2 NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/1 3/10 22-13054 NPT/CONF.2020/11 National report submitted by Brazil pursuant to action 20 of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/12 Report submitted by Ecuador on the implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/13 National report submitted by Colombia pursuant to action 20 of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/14 Report submitted by Switzerland on the implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/15 Report submitted by Ireland on the implementation of the conclusions and recommendations for follow-on actions of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/16 Memorandum submitted by Viet Nam on activities relating to the Treaty on the Southeast Asia Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone NPT/CONF.2020/17/Rev.1 National report of the Russian Federation on the 2020 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/18 Memorandum from Mongolia regarding the consolidation of its international security and nuclear-weapon-free status NPT/CONF.2020/19 Report submitted by Romania on the implementation of the action plan adopted by the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/20 Report submitted by Germany on action in support of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons in the period 2015– 2020 – Implementation of the action plan agreed at the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/21 National report submitted by Morocco on the implementation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/22 Report submitted by Japan on the implementation of the action plan agreed at the 2010 Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/23 Report submitted by the Czech Republic on the implementation of the action plan adopted by the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/24 Information provided by Lebanon on the position of Lebanon concerning its commitment to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/11 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/12 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/13 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/14 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/15 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/16 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/17/Rev.1 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/18 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/19 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/20 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/21 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/22 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/23 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/24 NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/1 22-13054 4/10 NPT/CONF.2020/25 Report submitted by Norway on the implementation of the conclusions and recommendations for follow-on actions of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/26 Report submitted by Cuba on the implementation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/27 Report submitted by Belgium on the implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/29 Report submitted by Algeria on the implementation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/30 Report submitted by Algeria on measures to promote the establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East and the realization of the objectives set forth in the 1995 resolution on the Middle East NPT/CONF.2020/31/Rev.1 Report submitted by Kazakhstan on the Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/32 Report submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran on the establishment of a Middle East zone free of nuclear weapons NPT/CONF.2020/33 National report submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland pursuant to actions 5, 20 and 21 of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons for the tenth Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty NPT/CONF.2020/34/Rev.1 Report submitted by Poland on the implementation of the action plan agreed at the 2010 Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/35 Report submitted by Canada on the implementation of the action plan agreed at the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/36/Rev.1 Report submitted by Mexico on national measures taken in its capacity as a non-nuclear-weapon State, pursuant to action 20 of the action plan in the Final Document of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/37 Report submitted by Turkey on the implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/38 Report submitted by Chile on the implementation of the conclusions and recommendations for follow-on actions of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/25 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/26 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/27 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/29 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/30 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/31/Rev.1 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/32 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/33 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/34/Rev.1 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/35 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/36/Rev.1 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/37 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/38 NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/1 5/10 22-13054 NPT/CONF.2020/39 Report submitted by Italy on the implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and previous Review Conference outcomes NPT/CONF.2020/40 Statement of the Permanent Council of the Collective Security Treaty Organization submitted by the Russian Federation to commemorate the fiftieth anniversary of the entry into force of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and the holding of the anniversary session of the Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty (Moscow, 2 September 2020) NPT/CONF.2020/41 Report submitted by China on the implementation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons in the People’s Republic of China NPT/CONF.2020/42/Rev.1 National report submitted by France pursuant to actions 5, 20 and 21 of the Final Document of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: 2015–2022 NPT/CONF.2020/43 Report submitted by South Africa on the implementation of the conclusions and recommendations for follow-on actions agreed to during the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/44 Report submitted by Finland on the implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/46/Rev.1 Document submitted by the Holy See on “Treaty on the Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: ethical dimensions and security challenges” NPT/CONF.2020/47 Report submitted by the United States of America on actions 5, 20 and 21 of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/48 Background paper prepared by the United Nations Secretariat on the implementation of the resolution on the Middle East adopted by the 1995 Review and Extension Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/49 Memorandum on the activities of the Kyrgyz Republic as depositary of the Treaty on a Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone in Central Asia NPT/CONF.2020/50 National report submitted by Georgia on measures and activities under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/51 Report submitted by Portugal on the implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and previous Review Conference outcomes https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/39 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/40 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/41 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/42/Rev.1 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/43 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/44 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/46/Rev.1 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/47 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/48 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/49 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/50 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/51 NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/1 22-13054 6/10 NPT/CONF.2020/52 Letter dated 25 February 2022 from the President of the second session of the Conference on the Establishment of a Middle East Zone Free of Nuclear Weapons and Other Weapons of Mass Destruction addressed to the President-designate of the Tenth Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/53 Report submitted by the Republic of Korea on the tenth Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/54 National report submitted by New Zealand on the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/55 National report submitted by Malaysia pursuant to action 20 of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/56 Ministerial statement submitted by the French Republic, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the United States of America NPT/CONF.2020/57 President Biden Statement Submitted by the United States of America ahead of the tenth Review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/58 P3 joint statement on security assurances Submitted by France, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and the United States of America NPT/CONF.2020/59 Joint statement endorsed by Albania, Andorra, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cyprus, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Georgia, Germany, Greece, Honduras, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Latvia, Liberia, Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, the Netherlands, New Zealand, North Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Portugal, the Republic of Korea, the Republic of Moldova, Romania, San Marino, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Türkiye, Ukraine, the United Arab Emirates, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America on “Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: non-compliance by the Syrian Arab Republic” NPT/CONF.2020/WP.1/Rev.1 Working paper submitted by Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belarus, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, the Republic of Korea, Romania, the Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America as members of the Zangger Committee on the multilateral nuclear supply principles of the Zangger Committee https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/52 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/53 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/54 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/55 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/56 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/57 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/58 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/59 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.1/Rev.1 NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/1 7/10 22-13054 NPT/CONF.2020/WP.3/Rev.1 Working paper submitted by Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden (the Vienna Group of Ten) on “Addressing ‘Vienna issues’: the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test- Ban Treaty; compliance and verification; export controls; cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy; nuclear safety; nuclear security; and discouraging withdrawal from the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons” NPT/CONF.2020/WP.4 Working paper submitted by Norway on “Scientific and technical expertise supporting national efforts to advance the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: the Norwegian experience” NPT/CONF.2020/WP.7 Working paper submitted by the States parties to the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean (Treaty of Tlatelolco) on recommendations for consideration NPT/CONF.2020/WP.8 Working paper submitted by the Group of Arab States on specific regional issues and implementation of the 1995 resolution on the Middle East NPT/CONF.2020/WP.10 Joint working paper submitted by the members of the Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Initiative (Australia, Canada, Chile, Germany, Japan, Mexico, Netherlands, Nigeria, Philippines, Poland, Turkey and United Arab Emirates) on recommendations for consideration by the tenth Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/WP.22 Working paper submitted by the members of the Group of Non-Aligned States Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons on safeguards NPT/CONF.2020/WP.26 Working paper submitted by the Group of Non-Aligned States Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons on substantive recommendations for incorporation into the final document of the tenth Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/WP.29 Nuclear non-proliferation Working paper submitted by China NPT/CONF.2020/WP.30 Working paper submitted by China on nuclear-weapon-free zones and nuclear issues in the Middle East NPT/CONF.2020/WP.36 Working paper submitted by the European Union on priorities of the European Union for the tenth Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/WP.41 Working paper submitted by the Group of Non-Aligned States Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons on “Regional issues: Middle East” NPT/CONF.2020/WP.45 Working paper submitted by Japan https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.3/Rev.1 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.4 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.7 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.8 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.10 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.22 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.26 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.29 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.30 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.36 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.41 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.45 NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/1 22-13054 8/10 NPT/CONF.2020/WP.50 Working paper submitted by China on nuclear submarine cooperation among Australia, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America NPT/CONF.2020/WP.51 Working paper submitted by China, France, the Russian Federation, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America on the P5 Glossary of Key Nuclear Terms NPT/CONF.2020/WP.54 Working paper submitted by Australia, Canada, Colombia, Ireland, Mexico, Namibia, Panama, the Philippines, Spain, Sweden and the United Nations Institute for Disarmament Research on “From pillars to progress: gender mainstreaming in the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons” NPT/CONF.2020/WP.57 Working paper submitted by the Russian Federation on progress on the establishment of a Middle East zone free of nuclear weapons and other weapons of mass destruction NPT/CONF.2020/WP.59 Working paper submitted by the members of the Group of Non-Aligned States Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons on nuclear-weapon-free zones NPT/CONF.2020/WP.61 Working paper submitted by Austria on the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons as the cornerstone of the nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation regime and its relationship to other relevant treaties NPT/CONF.2020/WP.66 Working paper submitted by Australia, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America on cooperation under the AUKUS partnership NPT/CONF.2020/WP.67 Working paper submitted by Indonesia on nuclear naval propulsion NPT/CONF.2020/WP.68 Working paper submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran on the establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East NPT/CONF.2020/WP.69 Working paper submitted by Australia, Canada, Colombia, Finland, France, Ireland, Japan, the Netherlands, Norway, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United States of America on recognizing the IAEA’s seven pillars in the context of article IV of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2020/WP.70 Working paper submitted by France, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America on principles and responsible practices for nuclear- weapon States NPT/CONF.2020/WP.71 Working paper submitted by Brazil on Brazil’s naval nuclear propulsion programme and the safeguards regime under the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.50 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.51 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.54 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.57 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.59 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.61 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.66 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.67 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.68 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.69 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.70 https://undocs.org/en/NPT/CONF.2020/WP.71 NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/1 9/10 22-13054 6. The following documents were submitted to the Committee on the items allocated to it: NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.1 Draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.1/Rev.1 Draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.1/Rev.2 Draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.2 Suggestions of the delegation of the Russian Federation to be reflected in the outcome document of the tenth Review Conference of the Non-Proliferation Treaty NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.3 Proposals by Egypt on the draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.4 Russian proposals to the zero draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.5 Proposal by Australia on the draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.6 Proposal by China on naval nuclear propulsion reactor for the report of Main Committee II as of 17 August NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.7 Proposal by Indonesia on the issue of nuclear naval propulsion on the draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.8 Proposal by Sweden on the draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.9 Proposals by Argentina, Brazil and Egypt on the draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.10 Proposals by Argentina and Brazil on the draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.11 Proposals by South Africa on the draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.12 Proposal by Sweden on the draft report of Main Committee II – Paragraph 51 NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.13 Proposals by Canada on the draft report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/CRP.14 Report of Main Committee II NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/WP.1 Chair’s working paper on Main Committee II 7. The following documents were submitted to Subsidiary Body 1 on the items allocated to it: NPT/CONF.2020/MC.II/SB2/CRP.1 Report of Subsidiary Body 2: Chair’s draft Work of the Committee 8.
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Strategy for achieving meaningful progress through annual meetings of BWC States Parties, 2003-2005: Prepared by the United States of America 04-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 1 Proposals on the Draft Questionnaire on National Legislation Ensuring Compliance with the Convention on the Prohibition of Biological and Toxin Weapons: Prepared by the Russian Federation 14-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/INF.1 List of States Parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction 18-Sep-03 “BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Parts I and II)” Report of the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/3 Annotated provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/2 Provisional programme of work for the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 30-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX.WP.14 Preventing unauthorized acquisition of pathogenic agents and toxins: A legal patchwork: Prepared by the Netherlands BWC Meeting of Experts (2004) Date Symbol Title 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.83 Challenges of the Second Year of the Follow-up Process: Submitted by Hungary 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.82 “Strengthening Response Capabilities: Mass Casualty Management Through Training and Education – Joint Project Proposal: Submitted by Hungary and Norway” 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.81 Forensic Investigation of Bioterrorism: Submitted by the Netherlands 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.80 SARS: A Canadian Perspective on Lessons Learned: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.79 Impacts of the BSE Incident in Canada: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.78 Avian Influenza in Canada 2004: Submitted by Canada 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.77 CONSIDERACIONES SOBRE EL INCREMENTO DE LAS CAPACIDADES INTERNACIONALES PARA RESPONDER, INVESTIGAR Y MITIGAR LOS EFECTOS EN CASO DE USO ALEGADO DE ARMAS BIOLÓGICAS O TOXÍNICAS O BROTES SOSPECHOSOS DE ENFERMEDADES: Presentado por la República de Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.76 Questions related to the strengthening of the capacity to investigate and mitigate alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by Norway 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.75 “Emergency Management, an Australian Model: Planning for and Managing a Biological Emergency: Submitted by Australia” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.74 Counter terrorism and food safety: Submitted by the Netherlands 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.73 “Surveillance and (Early) Detection of Infectious Diseases in Humans in the Netherlands: Submitted by the Netherlands” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.72 “Means of enhancement of national capabilities for surveillance of, and response to, natural and deliberate outbreaks of human, animal, and plant infectious diseases: Submitted by Poland” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.71 “Animal disease surveillance and control in India with special reference to emerging/exotic diseases: Submitted by India” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.70 Human Communicable Disease Surveillance with Special Focus on Preparedness and Response for Epidemic Prone Diseases: Submitted by India 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.69 Definitions of Unusual and Suspicious Outbreaks of Diseases and Alleged Use: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.68 Investigation: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.67 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.66 Canadian Federal Response to a BW Incident: Submitted by Canada 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.65 Animal disease surveillance and response in Thailand: Submitted by Thailand 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.64 “Renforcement des mécanismes de surveillance des maladies au sein des forces françaises en opération face aux risques biologiques: Présenté par la France” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.63 “Enhancing national capabilities for responding to and mitigating of effects of bioterrorism and related diseases: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.62 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.61 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.60 “Vers une planification des programmes de lutte contre le risque biologique entre les Etats parties a la convention d’interdictio n des armes biologiques: Présenté par la France” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.59 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.58 Enhancing international capabilities for mitigating the effects and provision of assistance in cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.57 “Investigations into Alleged Use of Biological Weapons – Some Considerations Drawn from Experience in the United Kingdom for Sample Handling and Biological Analysis: Submitted by the United Kingdom” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.56 Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.55* “Confidence-building Measures in Addressing Allegations of Use of CBRN Terrorist Agents: Laboratory Networks: Submitted by France” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.54 “Proposals for Strengthening and Broadening National and International Institutional Efforts and Existing Mechanisms for the Surveillance, Detection, Diagnosis and Combating of Infectious Diseases Affecting Humans, Animals and Plants: Submitted by Islamic Republic of Iran” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.53 “Real-Time Symptom Surveillance – Experience in the United Kingdom Using the “Portable Remote Illness and Symptoms Monitor” (PRISM): Submitted by the United Kingdom” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.52 Strengthening of the national regulatory activity as a mechanism for the surveillance, detection, diagnosis and combating of infectious diseases affecting humans, animals and plants: Submitted by the Republic of Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.51 and Rev.1 A modelling programme on bio-incidents: Submitted by the United Kingdom 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.50 “Prevention of occurrence of infectious diseases due to epizootic and microbiological environmental monitoring: Submitted by Ukraine” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.49 Responding to and mitigating the effects of suspicious outbreaks of disease System of organization of specific indication of bacterial (biological) means: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.48 System of delivering information on infectious disease incidence and outbreaks of infectious diseases in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.47 National system of epidemiological surveillance in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.46 “CONSIDERACIONES GENERALES SOBRE EL MECANISMO DE SEGUIMIENTO ADOPTADO DURANTE LA SESIÓN REANUDADA DE LA QUINTA CONFERENCIA DE EXAMEN DE LOS ESTADOS PARTES EN LA CONVENCIÓN SOBRE LA PROHIBICIÓN DEL DESARROLLO, LA RODUCCIÓN Y EL ALMACENAMIENTO DE ARMAS BACTERIOLÓGICAS (BIOLÓGICAS) Y TOXÍNICAS Y SOBRE SU DESTRUCCIÓN: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.45 On the Epizootological Monitoring System in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.44 Approaches to some elements of the mechanism for investigation of cases of alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.43 “Mechanism for implementation of state control over dangerous infectious human diseases in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation” 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.42 Tasks and role of the European Commission in outbreak investigation, communicable disease surveillance and Health Security: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.41 Disease Reporting by the Netherlands Armed Forces: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.40 Research on prevention of bioterrorism: Overview of recent developments and actions at European Community level: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.39 The Urban-Rural Divide: Surveillance and Protection of Communities: Submitted by Canada 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.38 The Canadian Public Health Laboratory Network: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.37 CBRN Consolidated Risk Assessment: A Structured Approach to Prevention, Preparedness and Response Planning and S&T Investments: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.36 “Laboratory Clusters: Integrated Networks for Enhanced Response and Consequence Management: Submitted by Canada” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.35 “Enhancing capabilities for responding to a natural or deliberate epidemic of infectious diseases in Japan: Submitted by Japan” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.34 Detection and Monitoring Survey of Invasive Plant Pests in Japan: Submitted by Japan 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.33 PLANTPLAN: Australian Emergency Plant Pest Response Plan: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.32 “An Australian Framework for Responses to Unusual Outbreaks of Animal Disease1: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.31 Mitigation of Intentional Outbreaks of Human Disease: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.30 Disease Surveillance in Australia: Plant Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.29 “Improving Regional Surveillance Efforts: Animal Health – Australia’s Contribution”: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A Animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.27 “Regional Networks: The Case for Integration and Coordination: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.26 “The Role of the World Health Organisation in Infectious Disease Surveillance: Australian Perspective; Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.25 Australian Disease Surveillance and Response Systems: Humans: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.24 Safety of Food and Water in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.23 Plant Pest and Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.22 Animal Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.21 Prevention, Investigation and Control of Human Infectious Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.20 Tools and Technologies for the Surveillance, Detection and Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases and Intoxinations: Submitted by the United Kingdom 19-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.19 “Enhancing international capabilities for responding to, investigating and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by China” 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.18* Surveillance of infectious diseases: Submitted by the Chinese delegation 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.17 A Short Introduction to the Swedish System to Manage Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases Among Humans and Animals: Submitted by Sweden 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.16 Improving International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating, and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin We apons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease — The Need for Enhanced Co-Operation Between Law Enforcement, Defence, and Public Health Actors: Submitted by Sweden 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.15 Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.14 Animal Disease Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.13 Plant Health Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 12-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.12 Human Infectious Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.11 International Co-Operation for Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.10 “United Nations involvement in investigating the possible use of biological weapons: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 9 Diagnostic Tools and Structures for Detecting Suspicious Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 8 German Contributions to Mitigating the Effects of Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 7 “Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to and Mitigating the Effects of Outbreaks of Diseases – How to Overcome Legal Problems: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 6 “Combating Infectious Diseases – The German Way to Improve Preparedness: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 5 Reporting and Surveillance of Diseases in Germany: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 4 “Rapid Procedures for the Detection of Biological Warfare Agents and Diagnosis of Related Disorders: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 3 A Procedure for Differentiating Between the Intentional Release of Biological Warfare Agents and Natural Outbreaks of Disease: Its Use in Analyzing the Tularemia Outbreak in Kosovo in 1999 and 2000: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 2 “Electronic Outbreak Reporting System for Public Health Surveillance in Germany: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 1 From “Farm-to-Fork” – How to Improve Surveillance of the Food Supply Chain: Submitted by Germany 11-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/3 Report of the Meeting of Experts 14-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/2/Rev.1 Provisional programme of work for the meeting of experts 10-Jun-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the meeting of experts 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.3 “Mechanisms Available to States Parties to Investigate the Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons and to Provide Assistance in such cases: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat” 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.2 Mechanisms being Implemented for Response to Outbreaks of Disease by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)): Background paper prepared by the Secretariat 18-Jun-04 “BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.1” Mechanisms being implemented for Disease Surveillance by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)) and significant Mechanisms being Implemented for Disease Surveillance by Non-Governmental Organizations: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat BWC Meeting of Experts (2005) Date Symbol Title 24-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.35 Codes of conduct for scientists: considerations during a BWC regional workshop and subsequent reflections: Prepared by Australia 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.34 Codes of conduct for biological scientists: Prepared by Italy 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.33 Approach to codes of conduct: Prepared by the Republic of Korea 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.32 “EXPERIENCIA NACIONAL SOBRE LA PROMULGACIÓN DE CÓDIGOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.31 CÓDIGOS Y PRINCIPIOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.30 Selected Canadian codes of conduct for life sciences: Prepared by Canada 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.29 Raising awareness: Approaches and opportunities for outreach: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.28 Elements for use in developing codes of conduct for scientists: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.27 Ethical principles in gene technology, environmental ethics and the Biological Weapons Convention – is there a link? 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Sumitted by Switzerland 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.34 The laboratory biorisk management standard and its applicability under the BWC: Submitted by Norway 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.32 Regulation of biological agents in Australia: Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.31 Australia’s national framework for the development of ethical principles in gene technology and the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC): Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.30 Communication issues associated with implementation of the SSBA regulatory scheme: Submitted by Australia 20-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.28 National measures and views on biosafety and biosecurity: Submitted by Brazil 18-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.26 Australian assistance to strengthen regional biosafety and bioecurity capacity: Submitted by Australia 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.25 Outreach and education in the life sciences: Case study in the U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories: Submitted by the United States of America 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.23 Overview of major international biosecurity activities since the 2003 intersessional meeting: Submitted by the United States of America 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.22 National, regional and international measures for improving biosafety and biosecurity with a focus on the safety of pathogens and toxins at the laboratory level: Submitted by Japan 14-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.21 Oversight, education, awareness raising, and codes of conduct for preventing the misuse of bio-science and bio-technology: Submitted by Japan 14-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.20 Regional seminar for South East Asia on promoting and implementing biosafety and biosecurity: Submitted by Indonesia and Norway 12-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.17 Biosafety and biosecurity: Submitted by Canada1 12-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.16 “Implementation of legislation and measures related to biosafety and biosecurity in EU member States: Submitted by Germany on behalf of the European Union “ 12-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.15 Security vetting
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questions: international financial system and development) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.4 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Operational activities for development of the United Nations system (Item 25: Operational activities for development: operational activities for development of the United Nations system) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.5 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (Item 23 (a): Groups of countries in special situations: Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.6 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] External debt sustainability and development (Item 18 (c): Macroeconomic policy questions: external debt sustainability and development) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.7 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Follow-up International Conference on Financing for Development (Item 19: Follow-up to and implementation of the outcome of the 2002 International Conference on Financing for Development and the 2008 Review Conference) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.8 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Groups of countries in special situations: specific actions related to the particular needs and problems of landlocked developing countries: outcome of the International Ministerial Conference of Landlocked and Transit Developing Countries and Donor Countries and International Financial and Development Institutions on Transit Transport Cooperation (Item 23 (b): Groups of countries in special situations: specific actions related to the particular needs and problems of landlocked developing countries: outcome of the International Ministerial Conference of Landlocked and Transit Developing Countries and Donor Countries and International Financial and Development Institutions on Transit Transport Cooperation) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.9 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Culture and development (Item 22: Globalization and interdependence) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.10 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Promotion of ecotourism for poverty eradication and environment protection (Item 24: Eradication of poverty and other development issues) ( submitted by Morocco, on behalf of sponsors listed in the document ) A/C.2/65/L.11 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Industrial development cooperation (Item 24 (b): Eradication of poverty and other development issues: industrial development cooperation) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.12 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Preventing and combating corrupt practices and transfer of assets of illicit origin and returning such assets, in particular to the countries of origin, consistent with the United Nations Convention against Corruption (Item 22 (b): Globalization and interdependence: preventing and combating corrupt practices and transfer of assets of illicit origin and returning such assets, in particular to the countries of origin, consistent with the United Nations Convention against Corruption) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.13 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (Item 20 (h): Sustainable development: United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.14 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Operational activities for development of the United Nations system (Item 25: Operational activities for development: operational activities for development of the United Nations system) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Haiti), on the basis of informal consultations on draft resolution A/C.2/65/L.4 ) A/C.2/65/L.15/Rev.1 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] A/C.2/65/L.15 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Role of the United Nations in promoting development in the context of globalization and interdependence (Item 22 (a): Globalization and interdependence: role of the United Nations in promoting development in the context of globalization and interdependence) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.16 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International Year of Quinoa, 2012 (Item 26: Agriculture development and food security) ( submitted by the Plurinational State of Bolivia ) A/C.2/65/L.17/Rev.1 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] A/C.2/65/L.17 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Oil slick on Lebanese shores (Item 20: Sustainable development) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.18 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Implementation of Agenda 21, the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 and the outcomes of the World Summit on Sustainable Development (Item 20 (a): Sustainable development: Implementation of Agenda 21, the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 and the outcomes of the World Summit on Sustainable Development) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.19 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Renaming of the Executive Board of the United Nations Development Programme and the United Nations Population Fund to include the United Nations Office for Project Services (Item 25: Operational activities for development: operational activities for development of the United Nations system) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Haiti), on the basis of informal consultations on draft resolution A/C.2/65/L.2 ) A/C.2/65/L.20 * [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Towards a New International Economic Order (Item 22: Globalization and interdependence) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.21 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Implementation of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and/or Desertification, Particularly in Africa (Item 20 (e): Sustainable development: Implementation of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and/or Desertification, Particularly in Africa) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.22 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Information and communications technologies for development (Item 17: Information and communications technologies for development) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.23 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International migration and development (Item 22 (c): Globalization and interdependence: international migration and development) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.24/Rev.1 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] A/C.2/65/L.24 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Follow-up of the International Year of Sanitation, 2008 (Item 20 (a): Sustainable development: Implementation of Agenda 21, the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 and the outcomes of the World Summit on Sustainable Development) ( submitted by Panama, on behalf of the sponsors listed in the document ) A/C.2/65/L.25/Rev.1 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] A/C.2/65/L.25 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International Year of Water Cooperation, 2013 (Item 20 (a): Sustainable development: Implementation of Agenda 21, the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 and the outcomes of the World Summit on Sustainable Development) ( submitted by Tajikistan, on behalf of the sponsors listed in the document ) A/C.2/65/L.26 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Towards the sustainable development of the Caribbean Sea for present and future generations (Item 20 (b): Sustainable development: follow-up to and implementation of the Mauritius Strategy for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.27 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (Item 20 (c): Sustainable development: International Strategy for Disaster Reduction) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.28/Rev.1 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] A/C.2/65/L.28 * [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Protection of coral reefs for sustainable livelihoods and development (Item 20: Sustainable development) ( submitted by Australia, on behalf of the sponsors listed in the document ) A/C.2/65/L.29 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Agriculture development and food security (Item 26: Agriculture development and food security) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.30/Rev.1 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] A/C.2/65/L.30 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Harmony with Nature (Item 20 (i): Sustainable development: Harmony with Nature) ( submitted by the Plurinational State of Bolivia, on behalf of the sponsors listed in the document ) A/C.2/65/L.31 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Permanent sovereignty of the Palestinian people in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and of the Arab population in the occupied Syrian Golan over their natural resources (Item 60: Permanent sovereignty of the Palestinian people in the Occupied Palestinian Territory, including East Jerusalem, and of the Arab population in the occupied Syrian Golan over their natural resources) ( submitted by Egypt, on behalf of the sponsors listed in the document ) A/C.2/65/L.32/Rev.1 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] A/C.2/65/L.32 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Cooperative measures to assess and increase awareness of environmental effects related to waste originating from chemical munitions dumped at sea (Item 20: Sustainable development) ( submitted by Lithuania, on behalf of the sponsors listed in the document ) A/C.2/65/L.33 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Protection of global climate for present and future generations of humankind (Item 20 (d): Sustainable development: protection of global climate for present and future generations of humankind) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.34 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International cooperation to reduce the impact of the El Niño phenomenon (Item 20 (c): Sustainable development: International Strategy for Disaster Reduction) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.35/Rev.1 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] A/C.2/65/L.35 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Global Code of Ethics for Tourism (Item 20: Sustainable development) ( submitted by Honduras, on behalf of the sponsors listed in the document ) A/C.2/65/L.36 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Implementation of the outcome of the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II) and strengthening of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) (Item 21: Implementation of the outcome of the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II) and strengthening of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat)) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.37 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Innovative mechanisms of financing for development (Item 19: Follow-up to and implementation of the outcome of the 2002 International Conference on Financing for Development and the 2008 Review Conference) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.38 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Second United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty (2008-2017) (Item 24 (a): Eradication of poverty and other development issues: implementation of the Second United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty (2008-2017)) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China) A/C.2/65/L.39 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Convention on Biological Diversity (Item 20 (f): Sustainable development: Convention on Biological Diversity) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.40 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Follow-up to and implementation of the Mauritius Strategy for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States (Item 20 (b): Sustainable development: follow-up to and implementation of the Mauritius Strategy for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.41 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development (Item 20 (h): Sustainable development: United Nations Decade of Education for Sustainable Development ) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.13 ) A/C.2/65/L.42 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International Year for Sustainable Energy for All (Item 20: Sustainable development) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.43 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Report of the Governing Council of the United Nations Environment Programme on its eleventh special session (Item 20 (g): Sustainable development: report of the Governing Council of the United Nations Environment Programme on its eleventh special session) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.44 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International trade and development (Item 18 (a): Macroeconomic policy questions: international trade and development) ( submitted by Yemen, on behalf of the Group of 77 and China ) A/C.2/65/L.45/Rev.1 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] A/C.2/65/L.45 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Industrial development cooperation (Item 24 (b): Eradication of poverty and other development issues: industrial development cooperation) ( submitted by the Rapporteur (Democratic Republic of the Congo), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.11 ) A/C.2/65/L.46 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Towards the sustainable development of the Caribbean Sea for present and future generations (Item 20 (b): Sustainable development: follow-up to and implementation of the Mauritius Strategy for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.26 ) A/C.2/65/L.47 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Groups of countries in special situations: specific actions related to the particular needs and problems of landlocked developing countries: outcome of the International Ministerial Conference of Landlocked and Transit Developing Countries and Donor Countries and International Financial and Development Institutions on Transit Transport Cooperation (Item 23 (b): Groups of countries in special situations: specific actions related to the particular needs and problems of landlocked developing countries: outcome of the International Ministerial Conference of Landlocked and Transit Developing Countries and Donor Countries and International Financial and Development Institutions on Transit Transport Cooperation) ( submitted by the Rapporteur (Democratic Republic of the Congo), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.8 ) A/C.2/65/L.48 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International financial system and development (Item 18 (b): Macroeconomic policy questions: international financial system and development) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Finland), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.3 ) A/C.2/65/L.49/Corr.1 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] A/C.2/65/L.49 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Protection of coral reefs for sustainable livelihoods and development (Item 20: Sustainable development) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.28 ) A/C.2/65/L.50 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Culture and development (Item 22: Globalization and interdependence) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Haiti), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.9 ) A/C.2/65/L.51 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Protection of global climate for present and future generations of humankind (Item 20 (d): Sustainable development: protection of global climate for present and future generations of humankind) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.33 ) A/C.2/65/L.52 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Implementation of Agenda 21, the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 and the outcomes of the World Summit on Sustainable Development (Item 20 (a): Sustainable development: Implementation of Agenda 21, the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 and the outcomes of the World Summit on Sustainable Development) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.18 ) A/C.2/65/L.53 * [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Follow-up International Conference on Financing for Development (Item 19: Follow-up to and implementation of the outcome of the 2002 International Conference on Financing for Development and the 2008 Review Conference) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Finland), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.7 ) A/C.2/65/L.54 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International cooperation to reduce the impact of the El Niño phenomenon (Item 20 (c): Sustainable development: International Strategy for Disaster Reduction) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.34 ) A/C.2/65/L.55 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries (Item 23 (a): Groups of countries in special situations: Fourth United Nations Conference on the Least Developed Countries) ( submitted by the Rapporteur (Democratic Republic of the Congo), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.5 ) A/C.2/65/L.56 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Information and communications technologies for development (Item 17: Information and communications technologies for development) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Haiti), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.22 ) A/C.2/65/L.57 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Innovative mechanisms of financing for development (Item 19: Follow-up to and implementation of the outcome of the 2002 International Conference on Financing for Development and the 2008 Review Conference) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Finland), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.37 ) A/C.2/65/L.58 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (Item 20 (c): Sustainable development: International Strategy for Disaster Reduction) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.27 ) A/C.2/65/L.59 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] External debt sustainability and development (Item 18 (c): Macroeconomic policy questions: external debt sustainability and development) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Finland), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.6 ) A/C.2/65/L.60 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Follow-up to and implementation of the Mauritius Strategy for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States (Item 20 (b): Sustainable development: follow-up to and implementation of the Mauritius Strategy for the Further Implementation of the Programme of Action for the Sustainable Development of Small Island Developing States) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.40 ) A/C.2/65/L.61 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Agriculture development and food security (Item 26: Agriculture development and food security) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Finland), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.29 ) A/C.2/65/L.62 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Programme budget implications of draft resolution A/C.2/65/L.21 - Implementation of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and/or Desertification, Particularly in Africa A/C.2/65/L.63 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Implementation of the outcome of the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II) and strengthening of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat) (Item 21: Implementation of the outcome of the United Nations Conference on Human Settlements (Habitat II) and strengthening of the United Nations Human Settlements Programme (UN-Habitat)) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.36 ) A/C.2/65/L.64 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Second United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty (2008-2017) (Item 24 (a): Eradication of poverty and other development issues: implementation of the Second United Nations Decade for the Eradication of Poverty (2008-2017)) ( submitted by the Rapporteur (Democratic Republic of the Congo), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.38 ) A/C.2/65/L.65 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Implementation of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and/or Desertification, Particularly in Africa (Item 20 (e): Sustainable development: Implementation of the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification in Those Countries Experiencing Serious Drought and/or Desertification, Particularly in Africa) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.21 ) A/C.2/65/L.66 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Programme budget implications of draft resolution A/C.2/65/L.52 - Implementation of Agenda 21, the Programme for the Further Implementation of Agenda 21 and the outcomes of the World Summit on Sustainable Development A/C.2/65/L.67 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Convention on Biological Diversity (Item 20 (f): Sustainable development: Convention on Biological Diversity) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.39 ) A/C.2/65/L.68 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Preventing and combating corrupt practices and transfer of assets of illicit origin and returning such assets, in particular to the countries of origin, consistent with the United Nations Convention against Corruption (item 22 (b): Globalization and interdependence: preventing and combating corrupt practices and transfer of assets of illicit origin and returning such assets, in particular to the countries of origin, consistent with the United Nations Convention against Corruption) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Haiti), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.12 ) A/C.2/65/L.69 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International migration and development (Item 22 (c): Globalization and interdependence: international migration and development) ( submitted by he Vice-Chair (Haiti), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.23 ) A/C.2/65/L.70 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] International Year for Sustainable Energy for All (item 20: Sustainable development) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.42 ) A/C.2/65/L.71 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Report of the Governing Council of the United Nations Environment Programme on its eleventh special session (Item 20 (g): Sustainable development: report of the Governing Council of the United Nations Environment Programme on its eleventh special session) ( submitted by the Vice-Chair (Hungary), on the basis of informal consultations on A/C.2/65/L.43 ) A/C.2/65/L.72 [F]     [S]     [A]     [C]     [R] Draft programme of work of the Second Committee for the sixty-sixth session of the General Assembly (Item 118: Revitalization of the work of the General Assembly)       Second Committee Secretariat 76th session Chairperson Bureau Documents Resources Press releases Related links e-deleGATE UN Web TV Video archives Past sessions Main Committees Quick Links Functions and Powers UN Journal News Key Documents Charter of the United Nations Rules of Procedure Resolutions Related Sites General Assembly President General Assembly Affairs Protocol Resources Documents Search Media Arrangements Delegates' Handbook     Facebook Twitter YouTube 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عربي 中文 English Français Русский Español 2015 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) 27 April to 22 May 2015 Toggle navigation UN HOME Home Background Officers List of Participants Secretariat Statements Speakers List Webcast Documents Side Events Media Information NGO Information 2015 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) 27 April to 22 May 2015 LINKS NPT Text UN & Disarmament Disarmament Issues Resources Conference documents, including national reports NPT/CONF.2015/1 - Final report of the Preparatory Committee for the 2015 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2015/2 - Activities of the African Commission on Nuclear Energy: Memorandum of the African Union Commission NPT/CONF.2015/3 - Implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and previous Review Conference outcomes (Report submitted by Portugal) NPT/CONF.2015/4 - Memorandum on activities of the Kyrgyz Republic in its capacity as the depositary of the Treaty on a Nuclear- Weapon-Free Zone in Central Asia NPT/CONF.2015/5 - Memorandum of the Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean NPT/CONF.2015/6 - Implementation of the resolution on the Middle East adopted by the 1995 Review and Extension Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Background paper prepared by the United Nations Secretariat NPT/CONF.2015/7 - Memorandum on activities relating to the South Pacific Nuclear Free Zone Treaty (Treaty of Rarotonga) NPT/CONF.2015/8 - Memorandum from Mongolia regarding the consolidation of its international security and nuclear-weapon-free status NPT/CONF.2015/9 - Implementation of the conclusions and recommendations for follow-on actions of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Report submitted by Ireland NPT/CONF.2015/10 - Report submitted by France under actions 5, 20 and 21 of the Final Document of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2015/11 - Implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons Report submitted by Finland NPT/CONF.2015/12 - Report on the activities of Australia in support of the implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons NPT/CONF.2015/13 - Activities of the International Atomic Energy Agency relevant to article III of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat of the International Atomic Energy Agency NPT/CONF.2015/14 - Activities of the International Atomic Energy Agency relevant to article IV of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat of the International Atomic Energy Agency NPT/CONF.2015/15 - 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The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland’s National Report Pursuant to Actions 5, 20, and 21 of the NPT Review Conference Final Document 4 February 2015 (Original text submission for working purposes provided by the Secretariat pending official issuance in all languages) NPT/CONF.2015/30 - National implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Report submitted by Brazil NPT/CONF.2015/31 - Implementation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Report submitted by Brazil NPT/CONF.2015/32 - Implementation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons in the People’s Republic of China: Report submitted by China NPT/CONF.2015/33 - Implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and previous Review Conference outcomes: Report submitted by the Netherlands NPT/CONF.2015/34 - Implementation of the action plan agreed at the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Report submitted by Canada NPT/CONF.2015/35 - Steps to promote the achievement of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East and the realization of the goals and objectives of the 1995 resolution on the Middle East: Report submitted by Canada NPT/CONF.2015/36 - Towards a regional dialogue in the Middle East: an Israeli perspective: Submission by Israel NPT/CONF.2015/37 - Preparations for the conference on the establishment of a Middle East zone free of nuclear weapons and all other weapons of mass destruction: Report by the facilitator NPT/CONF.2015/38 - Actions 5, 20 and 21 of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Report submitted by the United States of America NPT/CONF.2015/39 - Implementation of the action plan of the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Report submitted by Belgium NPT/CONF.2015/40 - Implementation of article VI of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and of paragraph 4 (c) of the 1995 decision on principles and objectives for nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament: Report submitted by Mexico NPT/CONF.2015/41 - Note verbale dated 4 May 2015 from the Permanent Mission of China to the United Nations addressed to the Office for Disarmament Affairs NPT/CONF.2015/42 - Implementation of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Report submitted by Algeria NPT/CONF.2015/43 - Measures to promote the establishment of a Nuclear Weapon-Free Zone in the Middle East and to fully implement the 1995 Middle East resolution: Report submitted by Algeria NPT/CONF.2015/44 - Implementation of the conclusions and recommendations for follow-on actions agreed to during the 2010 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons: Report submitted by South Africa NPT/CONF.2015/45 - Financial Report NPT/CONF.2015/46 - 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Friday, 15 November 2019 at 1050 hours     Chairman, WRC-19   2019-12-06   [ 567 ]   (Rev.1)   Final List of Participants - World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-19), Sharm el-Sheikh, 28 October to 22 November 2019     Secretary-General   2019-11-22   [ 566 ]     Treatment of editorial corrections to the Radio Regulations     Chairman, COM 7   2019-11-22   [ 565 ]     Additional Declarations and Reservations     Secretary-General   2019-11-21   [ 564 ]     Declarations and Reservations     Secretary-General   2019-11-21   [ 563 ]     Report from Ad-hoc Group of the Plenary, Com 6 AI 10 on agenda item 10     Chairman, AHGPL COM 6   2019-11-21   [ 562 ]     Document Cancelled     N/A   2019-11-21   [ 561 ]     First Report from Ad-Hoc Group 4B-1 to Plenary     Chairman, AHGPL 4B-1   2019-11-21   [ 560 ]     Document cancelled     N/A   2019-11-21   [ 559 ]     Document cancelled     N/A   2019-11-21   [ 558 ]     B63 - 63rd series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting     Chairman, COM 7   2019-11-21   [ 557 ]     B62 - 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56th series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting     Chairman, COM 7   2019-11-20   [ 540 ]     R5 - Fifth series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting     Chairman, COM 7   2019-11-20   [ 539 ]     B55 - 55th series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting     Chairman, COM 7   2019-11-20   [ 538 ]     First series of texts submitted by Ad Hoc Group of the Plenary 4C to the Editorial Committee     Chairman, AHGPL 4C   2019-11-20   [ 537 ]     B54 - 54th series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting     Chairman, COM 7   2019-11-20   [ 536 ]     B53 - 53rd series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting     Chairman, COM 7   2019-11-20   [ 535 ]     Report from Ad-Hoc Group of the Plenary, WG 5A on agenda item 1.6     Chairman, AHGPL 5A   2019-11-20   [ 534 ]     Twenty-fifth series of texts submitted by Ad Hoc Group of the Plenary 4B1 to the Editorial Committee     Chairman, AHGPL 4B1   2019-11-20   [ 533 ]     Second series of texts from the Ad-hoc Group of the Plenary Committee 5 to the Editorial Committee     Chairman, AHGPL 5A   2019-11-20   [ 532 ]     Twenty-seventh series of texts submitted by Ad Hoc Group of the Plenary 4B1 to the Editorial Committee     Chairman, AHGPL 4B1   2019-11-20   [ 531 ]     Twenty-sixth series of texts submitted by Ad Hoc Group of the Plenary 4B1 to the Editorial Committee     Chairman, AHGPL 4B1   2019-11-20   [ 530 ]     Amendments to Resolution 12     Chairman, WRC-19   2019-11-20   [ 529 ]     Report from Ad-Hoc Plenary 4C on agenda item 1.8     Chairman, AHGPL 4C   2019-11-20   [ 528 ]   (Rev.1)   Note from the Chairman of Committee 6 - Potential financial implications of the decisions taken by Committee 6     Chairman, COM 6   2019-11-20   [ 527 ]     R4 - Fourth series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting     Chairman, COM 7   2019-11-20   [ 526 ]     B52 - Fifty-second series of texts submitted by Editorial Committee to the Plenary Meeting     Chairman, COM 7   2019-11-20 Results: 575 total items.
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Strategy for achieving meaningful progress through annual meetings of BWC States Parties, 2003-2005: Prepared by the United States of America 04-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 1 Proposals on the Draft Questionnaire on National Legislation Ensuring Compliance with the Convention on the Prohibition of Biological and Toxin Weapons: Prepared by the Russian Federation 14-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/INF.1 List of States Parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction 18-Sep-03 “BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Parts I and II)” Report of the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/3 Annotated provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/2 Provisional programme of work for the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 30-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX.WP.14 Preventing unauthorized acquisition of pathogenic agents and toxins: A legal patchwork: Prepared by the Netherlands BWC Meeting of Experts (2004) Date Symbol Title 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.83 Challenges of the Second Year of the Follow-up Process: Submitted by Hungary 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.82 “Strengthening Response Capabilities: Mass Casualty Management Through Training and Education – Joint Project Proposal: Submitted by Hungary and Norway” 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.81 Forensic Investigation of Bioterrorism: Submitted by the Netherlands 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.80 SARS: A Canadian Perspective on Lessons Learned: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.79 Impacts of the BSE Incident in Canada: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.78 Avian Influenza in Canada 2004: Submitted by Canada 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.77 CONSIDERACIONES SOBRE EL INCREMENTO DE LAS CAPACIDADES INTERNACIONALES PARA RESPONDER, INVESTIGAR Y MITIGAR LOS EFECTOS EN CASO DE USO ALEGADO DE ARMAS BIOLÓGICAS O TOXÍNICAS O BROTES SOSPECHOSOS DE ENFERMEDADES: Presentado por la República de Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.76 Questions related to the strengthening of the capacity to investigate and mitigate alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by Norway 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.75 “Emergency Management, an Australian Model: Planning for and Managing a Biological Emergency: Submitted by Australia” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.74 Counter terrorism and food safety: Submitted by the Netherlands 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.73 “Surveillance and (Early) Detection of Infectious Diseases in Humans in the Netherlands: Submitted by the Netherlands” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.72 “Means of enhancement of national capabilities for surveillance of, and response to, natural and deliberate outbreaks of human, animal, and plant infectious diseases: Submitted by Poland” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.71 “Animal disease surveillance and control in India with special reference to emerging/exotic diseases: Submitted by India” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.70 Human Communicable Disease Surveillance with Special Focus on Preparedness and Response for Epidemic Prone Diseases: Submitted by India 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.69 Definitions of Unusual and Suspicious Outbreaks of Diseases and Alleged Use: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.68 Investigation: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.67 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.66 Canadian Federal Response to a BW Incident: Submitted by Canada 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.65 Animal disease surveillance and response in Thailand: Submitted by Thailand 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.64 “Renforcement des mécanismes de surveillance des maladies au sein des forces françaises en opération face aux risques biologiques: Présenté par la France” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.63 “Enhancing national capabilities for responding to and mitigating of effects of bioterrorism and related diseases: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.62 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.61 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.60 “Vers une planification des programmes de lutte contre le risque biologique entre les Etats parties a la convention d’interdictio n des armes biologiques: Présenté par la France” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.59 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.58 Enhancing international capabilities for mitigating the effects and provision of assistance in cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.57 “Investigations into Alleged Use of Biological Weapons – Some Considerations Drawn from Experience in the United Kingdom for Sample Handling and Biological Analysis: Submitted by the United Kingdom” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.56 Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.55* “Confidence-building Measures in Addressing Allegations of Use of CBRN Terrorist Agents: Laboratory Networks: Submitted by France” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.54 “Proposals for Strengthening and Broadening National and International Institutional Efforts and Existing Mechanisms for the Surveillance, Detection, Diagnosis and Combating of Infectious Diseases Affecting Humans, Animals and Plants: Submitted by Islamic Republic of Iran” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.53 “Real-Time Symptom Surveillance – Experience in the United Kingdom Using the “Portable Remote Illness and Symptoms Monitor” (PRISM): Submitted by the United Kingdom” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.52 Strengthening of the national regulatory activity as a mechanism for the surveillance, detection, diagnosis and combating of infectious diseases affecting humans, animals and plants: Submitted by the Republic of Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.51 and Rev.1 A modelling programme on bio-incidents: Submitted by the United Kingdom 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.50 “Prevention of occurrence of infectious diseases due to epizootic and microbiological environmental monitoring: Submitted by Ukraine” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.49 Responding to and mitigating the effects of suspicious outbreaks of disease System of organization of specific indication of bacterial (biological) means: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.48 System of delivering information on infectious disease incidence and outbreaks of infectious diseases in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.47 National system of epidemiological surveillance in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.46 “CONSIDERACIONES GENERALES SOBRE EL MECANISMO DE SEGUIMIENTO ADOPTADO DURANTE LA SESIÓN REANUDADA DE LA QUINTA CONFERENCIA DE EXAMEN DE LOS ESTADOS PARTES EN LA CONVENCIÓN SOBRE LA PROHIBICIÓN DEL DESARROLLO, LA RODUCCIÓN Y EL ALMACENAMIENTO DE ARMAS BACTERIOLÓGICAS (BIOLÓGICAS) Y TOXÍNICAS Y SOBRE SU DESTRUCCIÓN: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.45 On the Epizootological Monitoring System in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.44 Approaches to some elements of the mechanism for investigation of cases of alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.43 “Mechanism for implementation of state control over dangerous infectious human diseases in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation” 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.42 Tasks and role of the European Commission in outbreak investigation, communicable disease surveillance and Health Security: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.41 Disease Reporting by the Netherlands Armed Forces: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.40 Research on prevention of bioterrorism: Overview of recent developments and actions at European Community level: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.39 The Urban-Rural Divide: Surveillance and Protection of Communities: Submitted by Canada 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.38 The Canadian Public Health Laboratory Network: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.37 CBRN Consolidated Risk Assessment: A Structured Approach to Prevention, Preparedness and Response Planning and S&T Investments: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.36 “Laboratory Clusters: Integrated Networks for Enhanced Response and Consequence Management: Submitted by Canada” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.35 “Enhancing capabilities for responding to a natural or deliberate epidemic of infectious diseases in Japan: Submitted by Japan” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.34 Detection and Monitoring Survey of Invasive Plant Pests in Japan: Submitted by Japan 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.33 PLANTPLAN: Australian Emergency Plant Pest Response Plan: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.32 “An Australian Framework for Responses to Unusual Outbreaks of Animal Disease1: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.31 Mitigation of Intentional Outbreaks of Human Disease: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.30 Disease Surveillance in Australia: Plant Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.29 “Improving Regional Surveillance Efforts: Animal Health – Australia’s Contribution”: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A Animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.27 “Regional Networks: The Case for Integration and Coordination: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.26 “The Role of the World Health Organisation in Infectious Disease Surveillance: Australian Perspective; Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.25 Australian Disease Surveillance and Response Systems: Humans: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.24 Safety of Food and Water in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.23 Plant Pest and Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.22 Animal Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.21 Prevention, Investigation and Control of Human Infectious Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.20 Tools and Technologies for the Surveillance, Detection and Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases and Intoxinations: Submitted by the United Kingdom 19-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.19 “Enhancing international capabilities for responding to, investigating and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by China” 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.18* Surveillance of infectious diseases: Submitted by the Chinese delegation 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.17 A Short Introduction to the Swedish System to Manage Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases Among Humans and Animals: Submitted by Sweden 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.16 Improving International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating, and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin We apons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease — The Need for Enhanced Co-Operation Between Law Enforcement, Defence, and Public Health Actors: Submitted by Sweden 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.15 Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.14 Animal Disease Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.13 Plant Health Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 12-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.12 Human Infectious Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.11 International Co-Operation for Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.10 “United Nations involvement in investigating the possible use of biological weapons: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 9 Diagnostic Tools and Structures for Detecting Suspicious Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 8 German Contributions to Mitigating the Effects of Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 7 “Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to and Mitigating the Effects of Outbreaks of Diseases – How to Overcome Legal Problems: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 6 “Combating Infectious Diseases – The German Way to Improve Preparedness: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 5 Reporting and Surveillance of Diseases in Germany: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 4 “Rapid Procedures for the Detection of Biological Warfare Agents and Diagnosis of Related Disorders: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 3 A Procedure for Differentiating Between the Intentional Release of Biological Warfare Agents and Natural Outbreaks of Disease: Its Use in Analyzing the Tularemia Outbreak in Kosovo in 1999 and 2000: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 2 “Electronic Outbreak Reporting System for Public Health Surveillance in Germany: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 1 From “Farm-to-Fork” – How to Improve Surveillance of the Food Supply Chain: Submitted by Germany 11-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/3 Report of the Meeting of Experts 14-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/2/Rev.1 Provisional programme of work for the meeting of experts 10-Jun-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the meeting of experts 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.3 “Mechanisms Available to States Parties to Investigate the Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons and to Provide Assistance in such cases: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat” 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.2 Mechanisms being Implemented for Response to Outbreaks of Disease by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)): Background paper prepared by the Secretariat 18-Jun-04 “BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.1” Mechanisms being implemented for Disease Surveillance by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)) and significant Mechanisms being Implemented for Disease Surveillance by Non-Governmental Organizations: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat BWC Meeting of Experts (2005) Date Symbol Title 24-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.35 Codes of conduct for scientists: considerations during a BWC regional workshop and subsequent reflections: Prepared by Australia 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.34 Codes of conduct for biological scientists: Prepared by Italy 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.33 Approach to codes of conduct: Prepared by the Republic of Korea 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.32 “EXPERIENCIA NACIONAL SOBRE LA PROMULGACIÓN DE CÓDIGOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.31 CÓDIGOS Y PRINCIPIOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.30 Selected Canadian codes of conduct for life sciences: Prepared by Canada 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.29 Raising awareness: Approaches and opportunities for outreach: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.28 Elements for use in developing codes of conduct for scientists: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.27 Ethical principles in gene technology, environmental ethics and the Biological Weapons Convention – is there a link? 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Sumitted by Switzerland 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.34 The laboratory biorisk management standard and its applicability under the BWC: Submitted by Norway 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.32 Regulation of biological agents in Australia: Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.31 Australia’s national framework for the development of ethical principles in gene technology and the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC): Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.30 Communication issues associated with implementation of the SSBA regulatory scheme: Submitted by Australia 20-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.28 National measures and views on biosafety and biosecurity: Submitted by Brazil 18-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.26 Australian assistance to strengthen regional biosafety and bioecurity capacity: Submitted by Australia 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.25 Outreach and education in the life sciences: Case study in the U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories: Submitted by the United States of America 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008
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Strategy for achieving meaningful progress through annual meetings of BWC States Parties, 2003-2005: Prepared by the United States of America 04-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 1 Proposals on the Draft Questionnaire on National Legislation Ensuring Compliance with the Convention on the Prohibition of Biological and Toxin Weapons: Prepared by the Russian Federation 14-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/INF.1 List of States Parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction 18-Sep-03 “BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Parts I and II)” Report of the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/3 Annotated provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/2 Provisional programme of work for the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 30-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX.WP.14 Preventing unauthorized acquisition of pathogenic agents and toxins: A legal patchwork: Prepared by the Netherlands BWC Meeting of Experts (2004) Date Symbol Title 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.83 Challenges of the Second Year of the Follow-up Process: Submitted by Hungary 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.82 “Strengthening Response Capabilities: Mass Casualty Management Through Training and Education – Joint Project Proposal: Submitted by Hungary and Norway” 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.81 Forensic Investigation of Bioterrorism: Submitted by the Netherlands 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.80 SARS: A Canadian Perspective on Lessons Learned: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.79 Impacts of the BSE Incident in Canada: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.78 Avian Influenza in Canada 2004: Submitted by Canada 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.77 CONSIDERACIONES SOBRE EL INCREMENTO DE LAS CAPACIDADES INTERNACIONALES PARA RESPONDER, INVESTIGAR Y MITIGAR LOS EFECTOS EN CASO DE USO ALEGADO DE ARMAS BIOLÓGICAS O TOXÍNICAS O BROTES SOSPECHOSOS DE ENFERMEDADES: Presentado por la República de Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.76 Questions related to the strengthening of the capacity to investigate and mitigate alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by Norway 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.75 “Emergency Management, an Australian Model: Planning for and Managing a Biological Emergency: Submitted by Australia” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.74 Counter terrorism and food safety: Submitted by the Netherlands 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.73 “Surveillance and (Early) Detection of Infectious Diseases in Humans in the Netherlands: Submitted by the Netherlands” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.72 “Means of enhancement of national capabilities for surveillance of, and response to, natural and deliberate outbreaks of human, animal, and plant infectious diseases: Submitted by Poland” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.71 “Animal disease surveillance and control in India with special reference to emerging/exotic diseases: Submitted by India” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.70 Human Communicable Disease Surveillance with Special Focus on Preparedness and Response for Epidemic Prone Diseases: Submitted by India 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.69 Definitions of Unusual and Suspicious Outbreaks of Diseases and Alleged Use: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.68 Investigation: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.67 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.66 Canadian Federal Response to a BW Incident: Submitted by Canada 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.65 Animal disease surveillance and response in Thailand: Submitted by Thailand 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.64 “Renforcement des mécanismes de surveillance des maladies au sein des forces françaises en opération face aux risques biologiques: Présenté par la France” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.63 “Enhancing national capabilities for responding to and mitigating of effects of bioterrorism and related diseases: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.62 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.61 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.60 “Vers une planification des programmes de lutte contre le risque biologique entre les Etats parties a la convention d’interdictio n des armes biologiques: Présenté par la France” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.59 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.58 Enhancing international capabilities for mitigating the effects and provision of assistance in cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.57 “Investigations into Alleged Use of Biological Weapons – Some Considerations Drawn from Experience in the United Kingdom for Sample Handling and Biological Analysis: Submitted by the United Kingdom” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.56 Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.55* “Confidence-building Measures in Addressing Allegations of Use of CBRN Terrorist Agents: Laboratory Networks: Submitted by France” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.54 “Proposals for Strengthening and Broadening National and International Institutional Efforts and Existing Mechanisms for the Surveillance, Detection, Diagnosis and Combating of Infectious Diseases Affecting Humans, Animals and Plants: Submitted by Islamic Republic of Iran” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.53 “Real-Time Symptom Surveillance – Experience in the United Kingdom Using the “Portable Remote Illness and Symptoms Monitor” (PRISM): Submitted by the United Kingdom” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.52 Strengthening of the national regulatory activity as a mechanism for the surveillance, detection, diagnosis and combating of infectious diseases affecting humans, animals and plants: Submitted by the Republic of Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.51 and Rev.1 A modelling programme on bio-incidents: Submitted by the United Kingdom 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.50 “Prevention of occurrence of infectious diseases due to epizootic and microbiological environmental monitoring: Submitted by Ukraine” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.49 Responding to and mitigating the effects of suspicious outbreaks of disease System of organization of specific indication of bacterial (biological) means: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.48 System of delivering information on infectious disease incidence and outbreaks of infectious diseases in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.47 National system of epidemiological surveillance in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.46 “CONSIDERACIONES GENERALES SOBRE EL MECANISMO DE SEGUIMIENTO ADOPTADO DURANTE LA SESIÓN REANUDADA DE LA QUINTA CONFERENCIA DE EXAMEN DE LOS ESTADOS PARTES EN LA CONVENCIÓN SOBRE LA PROHIBICIÓN DEL DESARROLLO, LA RODUCCIÓN Y EL ALMACENAMIENTO DE ARMAS BACTERIOLÓGICAS (BIOLÓGICAS) Y TOXÍNICAS Y SOBRE SU DESTRUCCIÓN: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.45 On the Epizootological Monitoring System in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.44 Approaches to some elements of the mechanism for investigation of cases of alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.43 “Mechanism for implementation of state control over dangerous infectious human diseases in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation” 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.42 Tasks and role of the European Commission in outbreak investigation, communicable disease surveillance and Health Security: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.41 Disease Reporting by the Netherlands Armed Forces: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.40 Research on prevention of bioterrorism: Overview of recent developments and actions at European Community level: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.39 The Urban-Rural Divide: Surveillance and Protection of Communities: Submitted by Canada 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.38 The Canadian Public Health Laboratory Network: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.37 CBRN Consolidated Risk Assessment: A Structured Approach to Prevention, Preparedness and Response Planning and S&T Investments: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.36 “Laboratory Clusters: Integrated Networks for Enhanced Response and Consequence Management: Submitted by Canada” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.35 “Enhancing capabilities for responding to a natural or deliberate epidemic of infectious diseases in Japan: Submitted by Japan” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.34 Detection and Monitoring Survey of Invasive Plant Pests in Japan: Submitted by Japan 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.33 PLANTPLAN: Australian Emergency Plant Pest Response Plan: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.32 “An Australian Framework for Responses to Unusual Outbreaks of Animal Disease1: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.31 Mitigation of Intentional Outbreaks of Human Disease: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.30 Disease Surveillance in Australia: Plant Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.29 “Improving Regional Surveillance Efforts: Animal Health – Australia’s Contribution”: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A Animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.27 “Regional Networks: The Case for Integration and Coordination: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.26 “The Role of the World Health Organisation in Infectious Disease Surveillance: Australian Perspective; Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.25 Australian Disease Surveillance and Response Systems: Humans: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.24 Safety of Food and Water in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.23 Plant Pest and Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.22 Animal Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.21 Prevention, Investigation and Control of Human Infectious Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.20 Tools and Technologies for the Surveillance, Detection and Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases and Intoxinations: Submitted by the United Kingdom 19-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.19 “Enhancing international capabilities for responding to, investigating and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by China” 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.18* Surveillance of infectious diseases: Submitted by the Chinese delegation 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.17 A Short Introduction to the Swedish System to Manage Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases Among Humans and Animals: Submitted by Sweden 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.16 Improving International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating, and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin We apons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease — The Need for Enhanced Co-Operation Between Law Enforcement, Defence, and Public Health Actors: Submitted by Sweden 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.15 Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.14 Animal Disease Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.13 Plant Health Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 12-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.12 Human Infectious Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.11 International Co-Operation for Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.10 “United Nations involvement in investigating the possible use of biological weapons: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 9 Diagnostic Tools and Structures for Detecting Suspicious Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 8 German Contributions to Mitigating the Effects of Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 7 “Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to and Mitigating the Effects of Outbreaks of Diseases – How to Overcome Legal Problems: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 6 “Combating Infectious Diseases – The German Way to Improve Preparedness: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 5 Reporting and Surveillance of Diseases in Germany: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 4 “Rapid Procedures for the Detection of Biological Warfare Agents and Diagnosis of Related Disorders: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 3 A Procedure for Differentiating Between the Intentional Release of Biological Warfare Agents and Natural Outbreaks of Disease: Its Use in Analyzing the Tularemia Outbreak in Kosovo in 1999 and 2000: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 2 “Electronic Outbreak Reporting System for Public Health Surveillance in Germany: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 1 From “Farm-to-Fork” – How to Improve Surveillance of the Food Supply Chain: Submitted by Germany 11-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/3 Report of the Meeting of Experts 14-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/2/Rev.1 Provisional programme of work for the meeting of experts 10-Jun-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the meeting of experts 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.3 “Mechanisms Available to States Parties to Investigate the Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons and to Provide Assistance in such cases: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat” 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.2 Mechanisms being Implemented for Response to Outbreaks of Disease by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)): Background paper prepared by the Secretariat 18-Jun-04 “BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.1” Mechanisms being implemented for Disease Surveillance by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)) and significant Mechanisms being Implemented for Disease Surveillance by Non-Governmental Organizations: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat BWC Meeting of Experts (2005) Date Symbol Title 24-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.35 Codes of conduct for scientists: considerations during a BWC regional workshop and subsequent reflections: Prepared by Australia 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.34 Codes of conduct for biological scientists: Prepared by Italy 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.33 Approach to codes of conduct: Prepared by the Republic of Korea 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.32 “EXPERIENCIA NACIONAL SOBRE LA PROMULGACIÓN DE CÓDIGOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.31 CÓDIGOS Y PRINCIPIOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.30 Selected Canadian codes of conduct for life sciences: Prepared by Canada 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.29 Raising awareness: Approaches and opportunities for outreach: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.28 Elements for use in developing codes of conduct for scientists: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.27 Ethical principles in gene technology, environmental ethics and the Biological Weapons Convention – is there a link? 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Sumitted by Switzerland 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.34 The laboratory biorisk management standard and its applicability under the BWC: Submitted by Norway 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.32 Regulation of biological agents in Australia: Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.31 Australia’s national framework for the development of ethical principles in gene technology and the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC): Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.30 Communication issues associated with implementation of the SSBA regulatory scheme: Submitted by Australia 20-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.28 National measures and views on biosafety and biosecurity: Submitted by Brazil 18-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.26 Australian assistance to strengthen regional biosafety and bioecurity capacity: Submitted by Australia 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.25 Outreach and education in the life sciences: Case study in the U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories: Submitted by the United States of America 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX
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Strategy for achieving meaningful progress through annual meetings of BWC States Parties, 2003-2005: Prepared by the United States of America 04-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/WP. 1 Proposals on the Draft Questionnaire on National Legislation Ensuring Compliance with the Convention on the Prohibition of Biological and Toxin Weapons: Prepared by the Russian Federation 14-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/INF.1 List of States Parties to the Convention on the Prohibition of the Development, Production and Stockpiling of Bacteriological (Biological) and Toxin Weapons and on Their Destruction 18-Sep-03 “BWC/MSP.2003/MX/4 (Parts I and II)” Report of the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/3 Annotated provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 28-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/2 Provisional programme of work for the Meeting of Experts 07-Aug-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the Meeting of Experts 30-Jul-03 BWC/MSP.2003/MX.WP.14 Preventing unauthorized acquisition of pathogenic agents and toxins: A legal patchwork: Prepared by the Netherlands BWC Meeting of Experts (2004) Date Symbol Title 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.83 Challenges of the Second Year of the Follow-up Process: Submitted by Hungary 06-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.82 “Strengthening Response Capabilities: Mass Casualty Management Through Training and Education – Joint Project Proposal: Submitted by Hungary and Norway” 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.81 Forensic Investigation of Bioterrorism: Submitted by the Netherlands 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.80 SARS: A Canadian Perspective on Lessons Learned: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.79 Impacts of the BSE Incident in Canada: Submitted by Canada 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.78 Avian Influenza in Canada 2004: Submitted by Canada 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.77 CONSIDERACIONES SOBRE EL INCREMENTO DE LAS CAPACIDADES INTERNACIONALES PARA RESPONDER, INVESTIGAR Y MITIGAR LOS EFECTOS EN CASO DE USO ALEGADO DE ARMAS BIOLÓGICAS O TOXÍNICAS O BROTES SOSPECHOSOS DE ENFERMEDADES: Presentado por la República de Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.76 Questions related to the strengthening of the capacity to investigate and mitigate alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by Norway 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.75 “Emergency Management, an Australian Model: Planning for and Managing a Biological Emergency: Submitted by Australia” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.74 Counter terrorism and food safety: Submitted by the Netherlands 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.73 “Surveillance and (Early) Detection of Infectious Diseases in Humans in the Netherlands: Submitted by the Netherlands” 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.72 “Means of enhancement of national capabilities for surveillance of, and response to, natural and deliberate outbreaks of human, animal, and plant infectious diseases: Submitted by Poland” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.71 “Animal disease surveillance and control in India with special reference to emerging/exotic diseases: Submitted by India” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.70 Human Communicable Disease Surveillance with Special Focus on Preparedness and Response for Epidemic Prone Diseases: Submitted by India 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.69 Definitions of Unusual and Suspicious Outbreaks of Diseases and Alleged Use: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.68 Investigation: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.67 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.66 Canadian Federal Response to a BW Incident: Submitted by Canada 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.65 Animal disease surveillance and response in Thailand: Submitted by Thailand 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.64 “Renforcement des mécanismes de surveillance des maladies au sein des forces françaises en opération face aux risques biologiques: Présenté par la France” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.63 “Enhancing national capabilities for responding to and mitigating of effects of bioterrorism and related diseases: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.62 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.61 “Existing mechanisms for the surveillance, detection and diagnosis of infectious animal diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.60 “Vers une planification des programmes de lutte contre le risque biologique entre les Etats parties a la convention d’interdictio n des armes biologiques: Présenté par la France” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.59 Existing mechanisms for responding to and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of infectious human diseases in Italy: Submitted by Italy 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.58 Enhancing international capabilities for mitigating the effects and provision of assistance in cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.57 “Investigations into Alleged Use of Biological Weapons – Some Considerations Drawn from Experience in the United Kingdom for Sample Handling and Biological Analysis: Submitted by the United Kingdom” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.56 Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 28-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.55* “Confidence-building Measures in Addressing Allegations of Use of CBRN Terrorist Agents: Laboratory Networks: Submitted by France” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.54 “Proposals for Strengthening and Broadening National and International Institutional Efforts and Existing Mechanisms for the Surveillance, Detection, Diagnosis and Combating of Infectious Diseases Affecting Humans, Animals and Plants: Submitted by Islamic Republic of Iran” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.53 “Real-Time Symptom Surveillance – Experience in the United Kingdom Using the “Portable Remote Illness and Symptoms Monitor” (PRISM): Submitted by the United Kingdom” 26-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.52 Strengthening of the national regulatory activity as a mechanism for the surveillance, detection, diagnosis and combating of infectious diseases affecting humans, animals and plants: Submitted by the Republic of Cuba 29-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.51 and Rev.1 A modelling programme on bio-incidents: Submitted by the United Kingdom 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.50 “Prevention of occurrence of infectious diseases due to epizootic and microbiological environmental monitoring: Submitted by Ukraine” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.49 Responding to and mitigating the effects of suspicious outbreaks of disease System of organization of specific indication of bacterial (biological) means: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.48 System of delivering information on infectious disease incidence and outbreaks of infectious diseases in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.47 National system of epidemiological surveillance in Ukraine: Submitted by Ukraine 30-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.46 “CONSIDERACIONES GENERALES SOBRE EL MECANISMO DE SEGUIMIENTO ADOPTADO DURANTE LA SESIÓN REANUDADA DE LA QUINTA CONFERENCIA DE EXAMEN DE LOS ESTADOS PARTES EN LA CONVENCIÓN SOBRE LA PROHIBICIÓN DEL DESARROLLO, LA RODUCCIÓN Y EL ALMACENAMIENTO DE ARMAS BACTERIOLÓGICAS (BIOLÓGICAS) Y TOXÍNICAS Y SOBRE SU DESTRUCCIÓN: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.45 On the Epizootological Monitoring System in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.44 Approaches to some elements of the mechanism for investigation of cases of alleged use of biological weapons: Submitted by the Russian Federation 23-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.43 “Mechanism for implementation of state control over dangerous infectious human diseases in the Russian Federation: Submitted by the Russian Federation” 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.42 Tasks and role of the European Commission in outbreak investigation, communicable disease surveillance and Health Security: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.41 Disease Reporting by the Netherlands Armed Forces: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.40 Research on prevention of bioterrorism: Overview of recent developments and actions at European Community level: Submitted by the Netherlands 21-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.39 The Urban-Rural Divide: Surveillance and Protection of Communities: Submitted by Canada 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.38 The Canadian Public Health Laboratory Network: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.37 CBRN Consolidated Risk Assessment: A Structured Approach to Prevention, Preparedness and Response Planning and S&T Investments: Submitted by Canada 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.36 “Laboratory Clusters: Integrated Networks for Enhanced Response and Consequence Management: Submitted by Canada” 22-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.35 “Enhancing capabilities for responding to a natural or deliberate epidemic of infectious diseases in Japan: Submitted by Japan” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.34 Detection and Monitoring Survey of Invasive Plant Pests in Japan: Submitted by Japan 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.33 PLANTPLAN: Australian Emergency Plant Pest Response Plan: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.32 “An Australian Framework for Responses to Unusual Outbreaks of Animal Disease1: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.31 Mitigation of Intentional Outbreaks of Human Disease: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.30 Disease Surveillance in Australia: Plant Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.29 “Improving Regional Surveillance Efforts: Animal Health – Australia’s Contribution”: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.28 Disease Surveillance in Australia: A Animal Diseases: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.27 “Regional Networks: The Case for Integration and Coordination: Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.26 “The Role of the World Health Organisation in Infectious Disease Surveillance: Australian Perspective; Submitted by Australia” 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.25 Australian Disease Surveillance and Response Systems: Humans: Submitted by Australia 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.24 Safety of Food and Water in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.23 Plant Pest and Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.22 Animal Disease Control in the United Kingdom: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.21 Prevention, Investigation and Control of Human Infectious Disease: Submitted by the United Kingdom 20-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.20 Tools and Technologies for the Surveillance, Detection and Diagnosis of Infectious Diseases and Intoxinations: Submitted by the United Kingdom 19-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.19 “Enhancing international capabilities for responding to, investigating and mitigating the effects of cases of alleged use of biological or toxin weapons or suspicious outbreaks of diseases: Submitted by China” 27-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.18* Surveillance of infectious diseases: Submitted by the Chinese delegation 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.17 A Short Introduction to the Swedish System to Manage Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases Among Humans and Animals: Submitted by Sweden 16-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.16 Improving International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating, and Mitigating the Effects of Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin We apons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease — The Need for Enhanced Co-Operation Between Law Enforcement, Defence, and Public Health Actors: Submitted by Sweden 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.15 Cases of Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons or Suspicious Outbreaks of Disease: Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to, Investigating and Mitigating the Effects: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.14 Animal Disease Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.13 Plant Health Surveillance in South Africa: Submitted by South Africa 12-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.12 Human Infectious Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.11 International Co-Operation for Disease Surveillance: Submitted by South Africa 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP.10 “United Nations involvement in investigating the possible use of biological weapons: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 9 Diagnostic Tools and Structures for Detecting Suspicious Outbreaks of Infectious Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 8 German Contributions to Mitigating the Effects of Diseases: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 7 “Enhancing International Capabilities for Responding to and Mitigating the Effects of Outbreaks of Diseases – How to Overcome Legal Problems: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 6 “Combating Infectious Diseases – The German Way to Improve Preparedness: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 5 Reporting and Surveillance of Diseases in Germany: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 4 “Rapid Procedures for the Detection of Biological Warfare Agents and Diagnosis of Related Disorders: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 3 A Procedure for Differentiating Between the Intentional Release of Biological Warfare Agents and Natural Outbreaks of Disease: Its Use in Analyzing the Tularemia Outbreak in Kosovo in 1999 and 2000: Submitted by Germany 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 2 “Electronic Outbreak Reporting System for Public Health Surveillance in Germany: Submitted by Germany” 15-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/WP. 1 From “Farm-to-Fork” – How to Improve Surveillance of the Food Supply Chain: Submitted by Germany 11-Aug-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/3 Report of the Meeting of Experts 14-Jul-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/2/Rev.1 Provisional programme of work for the meeting of experts 10-Jun-04 BWC/MSP/2004/MX/1 Provisional agenda for the meeting of experts 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.3 “Mechanisms Available to States Parties to Investigate the Alleged Use of Biological or Toxin Weapons and to Provide Assistance in such cases: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat” 18-Jun-04 BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.2 Mechanisms being Implemented for Response to Outbreaks of Disease by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)): Background paper prepared by the Secretariat 18-Jun-04 “BWC/MSP.2004/MX/INF.1” Mechanisms being implemented for Disease Surveillance by Intergovernmental Organizations (World Health Organization (WHO), Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO), World Organization for Animal Health / Office International des Epizooties (OIE)) and significant Mechanisms being Implemented for Disease Surveillance by Non-Governmental Organizations: Background paper prepared by the Secretariat BWC Meeting of Experts (2005) Date Symbol Title 24-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.35 Codes of conduct for scientists: considerations during a BWC regional workshop and subsequent reflections: Prepared by Australia 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.34 Codes of conduct for biological scientists: Prepared by Italy 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.33 Approach to codes of conduct: Prepared by the Republic of Korea 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.32 “EXPERIENCIA NACIONAL SOBRE LA PROMULGACIÓN DE CÓDIGOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba” 23-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.31 CÓDIGOS Y PRINCIPIOS: Presentado por la República de Cuba 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.30 Selected Canadian codes of conduct for life sciences: Prepared by Canada 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.29 Raising awareness: Approaches and opportunities for outreach: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.28 Elements for use in developing codes of conduct for scientists: Prepared by Australia 21-Jun-05 BWC/MSP/2005/MX/WP.27 Ethical principles in gene technology, environmental ethics and the Biological Weapons Convention – is there a link? 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Sumitted by Switzerland 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.34 The laboratory biorisk management standard and its applicability under the BWC: Submitted by Norway 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.32 Regulation of biological agents in Australia: Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.31 Australia’s national framework for the development of ethical principles in gene technology and the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC): Submitted by Australia 21-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.30 Communication issues associated with implementation of the SSBA regulatory scheme: Submitted by Australia 20-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.28 National measures and views on biosafety and biosecurity: Submitted by Brazil 18-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.26 Australian assistance to strengthen regional biosafety and bioecurity capacity: Submitted by Australia 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.25 Outreach and education in the life sciences: Case study in the U.S. Department of Energy National Laboratories: Submitted by the United States of America 15-Aug-08 BWC/MSP/2008/MX/WP.2
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