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Section for norwegian Statements in Conference on Disarmament

Published 18.02.2009 // 

Norwegian Deputy Minister of Defense, Mr. Espen Barth Eider urged the Conference of Disarmament to make urgent use of a changing international climate more conducive to disarmament, to commence negotiations.  He also stressed the need for the CD to engage with civil society.

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Published 05.05.2008 // 

A vision of a world without nuclear weapons is a vision of strengthened security – for all of us. To sustain our vision and build momentum behind it, concrete and implementable steps must be taken now, Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Støre said in his speech to the Conference on Disarmament, on 4 March 2008.

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Published 16.05.2006 // 

The Conference on Disarmament (CD) started on Tuesday 16. May a five days long debate on the possible prohibition of the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons purposes. This is the Norwegian statement on the issue, made at the opening session by Mr. Kjetil Paulsen, Deputy Permanent Representative of Norway to the CD.

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Published 01.02.2006 // 

The Conference on Disarmament convened today, the 31 January 2006, its plenary meeting no. 1000. The Conference has been unable to negotiate new arms control instruments for 10 years, which was pointed out in the Norwegian anniversary statement made by Mr. Kjetil Paulsen, Minister, Deputy permanent representative of Norway  

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Published 22.07.2005 // 

Norway had the Presidency of the Conference on Disarmament from 13. June to 8. July. The Conference is suffering from being unable to agree on a programme of work since 1997. Some of the problems that the Conference are faced with are addressed in the opening and closing statements by the Norwegian President, ambassador Wegger C. Strømmen

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Published 17.02.2005 // 

Statement to the Conference on Disarmament by H.E. Mr. Wegger Chr. Strømmen, Ambassador, Permanent representative of Norway to the United Nations office in Geneva and the Conference on Disarmament Geneva, 15 February 2005

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