From Plenary Sessions

Plenary – Item 6. Follow-up to the implementation at the national, regional and international levels of all commitments, as reflected in the Ministerial Declaration of 2019, to address and counter the world drug problem (continued)

Nigeria: My country reiterates our commitment to address the world drug problem in a balanced, comprehensive and integrated approach. We believe that better implementation of our national drug control masterplan will enhance our efforts. Our plan is built on 5 pillars: supply reduction tackles cannabis suppression as it remains the drug most commonly abused in …

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Plenary – Item 6. Follow-up to the implementation at the national, regional and international levels of all commitments, as reflected in the Ministerial Declaration of 2019, to address and counter the world drug problem

Chair. ‘As you know, before the 2019 CND we held a Ministerial Segment to take stock of the progress made on the implementation of the 2009 Political Declaration. At the opening of the Segment Ministers adopted by consensus the 2019 Ministerial Declaration. While acknwledging that tangible progress had been achieved, noted with concern the challenges posed …

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Plenary – Item 5. Implementation of the international drug control treaties (continued)

Chair: Good afternoon. We have suspended Item 5 after (a) and (b). keep suspension. We will start considering agenda item 6. Before that, pleasure to give floor to Youth Forum Delegates Youth Delegates: We call to implement evidence-based substance prevention especially for children and youth that include safe spaces and continued support. Prevention startegies should …

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Plenary – Item 5. Implementation of the international drug control treaties (continued)

Chair: Good Morning Delegates. We will resume on item 5 (a) Secretariat: documents have been prepared under 5(a).. available now on commission’s website Chair: Proceed to WHO scheduling recommendations on substances under 1961 and 1971 Convention communicated after 63rd meeting of Expert Committee on Drug Dependence. We will now vote on isotonitazene to add to schedule I …

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Plenary Item 5. Implementation of the international drug control treaties (a) Changes in the scope of control of substances (b) Challenges and future work of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, the World Health Organization and the International Narcotics Control Board in the review of substances for possible scheduling recommendations (c) International Narcotics Control Board (d) International cooperation to ensure the availability of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances for medical and scientific purposes while preventing their diversion (e) Other matters arising from the international drug control treaties

Chair: A sub item was added to the provisional agenda for the 57th session of the Commission and it was then maintained on the agendas of the subsequent sessions in order to assist member states in applying the existing scheduling procedures contained in the three international drug control conventions, and the 2019 ministerial Declaration on strengthening our …

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Plenary: Item 4. Strategic management, budgetary and administrative questions

Item 4. Strategic management, budgetary and administrative questions Chair: […] UNODC: 4D – […] gender parity across the UNODC offices. We are further strengthening female representation at all levels. Geographically diverse staff remains a key priority. Our action plan has been enhanced as requested in CND and CCPCJ resolutions. Upholding the zero tolerance policy when I …

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