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Opening of the 67th session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs & Item 3. High-level segment (Thursday morning)

UN Web TV recording  Opening of the 67th session of the Commission on Narcotic DrugsOutcome Document: High-level Declaration by the Commission on Narcotic Drugs on the 2024 midterm review, following up to the 2019 Ministerial DeclarationChair: Welcome. Inform you that for the opening session of the HLS, there’ll be a video transmission of the …

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CND Intersessional Meeting

Chair: First and foremost, I would like to welcome you to the first intersessional meeting of a CND during this ssession. To start, I want to ensure that we’re aligned on the significant matters we’ve encountered, particularly regarding the outcome document. First of all though, the floor is the Secretariat’s. Secretariat:  Thank you, Mr. Chair. Good …

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CND Tematic Discussion / Session 12 – Way Forward

Chair: I am grateful for your cooperation earlier this year. We had previously discussed the Resolution, outlining the review process, and collectively decided to convene before he regular committee session. The high-level segment is scheduled for March 14th and 15th, dedicated to assessing the implementation of international drug policy commitments. During this segment, we aim …

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CND Thematic Discussion / Session 11 – Low availability of internationally controlled substances for medical & scientific purposes

Chair: Good Morning. Yesterday we had a fruitful discussion on the issues of the consequences and risk associated with non medical use of drugs. Today we will be discussing the low availability of nationally controlled substances for medical and scientific purposes, including for the relief of pain and palliative care. Before we start a discussion, …

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CND Thematic Discussions // Session 6 – Non-compliance of responses with international drug control conventions & human rights obligations

Chair: Welcome back. The challenge that we will be focusing on this afternoon responses not in conformity with the three international drug conventions, and not in conformity with applicable international human rights obligations pose a challenge to the implementation of joint commitment based on the principle of responsibility. UNODC Scientific Services Branch:  I have a brief moment …

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