GCSP Contributes to Parliamentary Meeting on WMD Terrorism in the Pacific

26 September 2019
GCSP Contributes to Parliamentary Meeting

GCSP Contributes to Parliamentary Meeting on WMD Terrorism in the Pacific

On 18-20 September, the New Zealand Parliament and the Inter-Parliamentary Union (IPU) hosted a regional seminar on “Engaging Parliaments of the Pacific Region in the Implementation of UN Security Council Resolution 1540” in Wellington, New Zealand. This meeting was attended by parliamentarians from Fiji, Kiribati, New Caledonia, New Zealand, Niue, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Timor-Leste, Tonga, and Vanuatu. That resolution, adopted in 2004, obligates all states to adopt and implement legislations and regulations to prevent non-state actors from accessing weapons of mass destruction and related material. 

GCSP Contributes to Parliamentary Meeting on WMD Terrorism in the Pacific

The GCSP contributed to this meeting through its preparation and chairing of sessions by its expert Marc Finaud, Head of Proliferation.

As a reminder, jointly with the IPU and other institutions, the GCSP compiled a world table of all arms control, non-proliferation and disarmament instruments.

 

 

Picture from left to right: Ms Chisu Matsushita (OPCW),

Dr Kiwako Tanaka (1540 Committee), Mr Marc Finaud (GCSP)

and Timothy Wilson (Programme Officer UNODC)