Plenary: Agenda Item 13

L2 Chair: We will now approve L2 Pakistan: We are happy the CND has adopted a resolution for the most affected states and enhance capacity building for those so affected. Chair: Any co sponsors? Argentina, Philipines, US, Serbia, and Malaysia, L3 Chair: Next resolution is L3 on the governance and final situation of the UNODC. …

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Plenary – Agenda Item 12

National Association Against Drugs – Drug Policy Futures. We reject the simple dichotomy of the war on drugs and legal regulation. Regulation does not sit in the international conventions, and we ask the member states do not take up legalisation as it is against the conventions. Legalisation of alcohol and tobacco has been a public …

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Side event: Civil society and international drug policy in the context of the agenda for 2030

Rokas Bernotas, Ambassador of Lithuania. Remind that UNGASS outcome document states that agenda 200 is complementary to addressing the world drug problem. Demand reduction, respect for human rights, support treatment and recovery, need to involve civil society. Supply side responses affect poor communities the most. Importance for alternative development solutions for Afghanistan, mostly semi-arid, alternative …

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Plenary: Agenda Item 7 Preparations for the sixty-second session of the Commission, to be held in 2019. Friday afternoon

Malta on behalf of the EU: Macedonia, Montenegro, Iceland, Serbia, Albania, Ukraine, Moldavia, and Georgia align themselves with this statement. For the CND to conduct its mandate it is essential it is able to promote the broad implementation of the agreed recommendations. The CND will also need to promote the UNGASS 2016 outcome document as the main policy …

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