Thailand: introduces resolution. Changes have been made already in informals.
Egypt: add in”while simultaneously preventing the diversion from illegal sources”.
Venezuela: Needs to be “legal sources”
China: add in a sentence: “noting that information has been provided to WHO through UN Secretary General on production of ketamine for abuse”. The WHO review says that ketamine is hard to synthesise, but china’s experience is that it is not.
Canada: add in a “the” there.
PP12, 12bis, 12ter
China: very similar to another paragraph (PP12ter)
Thailand: let’s wait to see what the COW thinks
India: wants to confirm whether a claim is factually correct
Thailand: asks chair to provide technical clarification
Secretariat: need to research.
India: This may not be factually correct
Thailand: change language to make it less technical and more policy
China: what does “for many countries” mean? Suggest change to “in some parts of the world”.
Chair: keep para bracketed until further information from secretariat
Netherlands: China was worried about the repetition of WHO report. Take pp12ter and, make it more general and note an outcome. Conclude with affirming
China: prefer pp12alt
Ireland: minor change
France: support 12ter as we have it.
PP12ter and PP12ter alt
Netherlands: having heard remarks by China and France, prefer ter to ter alt
Egypt: adding in “noting in accordance to the 1961 and 1971 conventions Member States play a role in notifying the UN Sec General of any substance to be put under international scheduling taking into account social, economic factors”
Netherlands: more precise language needed
India: Ketamine has an isomer that has a licit use.
Egypt: Adding in clarification about factors.
USA: language clarification
Chair: we have agreed to all paragraphs
Secretariat: No additional resources needed