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CND Thematic Discussions // Session 2 – Record levels of drug abuse & illicit cultivation, production & trafficking

Chair: Welcome back to the CND thematic discussions. What we will be focusing on this afternoon is the abuse, illicit cultivation and production and manufacture of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances, as well as the illicit trafficking in those substances and the courses have reached record levels and the illicit demand for the domestic diversion …

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Plenary Item 3. General debate (continued)

United Republic of Tanzania: Thank you Madam Chair for giving my delegation the floor. At the outset, allow me to extend my delegation’s warm congratulation to you and other members of the Bureau. Upon your election on this 66th session, I wish to commend the executive secretary of UNODC and the staff for organising this …

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CND thematic sessions on the implementation of all international drug policy commitments, following-up to the 2019 Ministerial Declaration – 19 October 2021

Thematic session 1: Increasing links between drug trafficking, corruption and other forms of organized crime, including trafficking in persons, trafficking in firearms, cybercrime and money-laundering and, in some cases, terrorism, including money-laundering in connection with the financing of terrorism, are observed; Chair: Good morning. Good morning also to all those who are joining us online, …

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Side event: The changing face of the global cocaine market: reading the trends to respond with foresight

Organized the UNODC Drug Research Section Moderated by: Ms Chloé Carpentier, Chief, Drug Research Section, UNODC Research and Trend Analysis Branch (Missed initial 2 minutes) Mr Antoine Vella, Research Officer (Cocaine), Drug Research Section, UNODC Research and Trend Analysis Branch: …to mimic the processes in Colombia sometimes with the involvement of Colombian nationals and also …

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Thematic sessions – Follow up to the 2019 Ministerial Declaration, 18 October

Third round of thematic sessions on the implementation of all international drug policy commitments following up to the 2019 Ministerial Declaration Theme addressed: ‘… synthetic opioids and the non-medical use of prescription drugs pose increasing risks to public health and safety, as well as scientific, legal and regulatory challenges, including with regard to the scheduling of substances’ Background …

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