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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.

March 16th, Thursday 10 a.m. (…) Japan: We have made efforts to support the Ministerial Declaration of 2019. Endeavour to implement supply and demand reduction measures in a comprehensive manner in the framework of national drug prevention strategy. Recognizing challenges specific to the country we have implemented demand reduction, prevention measures and awareness activities to …

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Resolution L4. Safe handling and disposal of synthetic drugs, their precursors and other chemicals used in the illicit manufacture of drugs

Tuesday Morning Session PP3 Russia: “in which it was recognised” – delete “the Commission” – It’s standard practice to quaote the name of the document. Otherwise we might send the wrong signal. US: In compromise “in which Member States recognise” Chair: PP3 Agreed PP4 Chair: No comments? Agreed PP5 Chair: Agreed PP12 Chair: Agreed PP13 …

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Side Event: Time is of the Essence, Reigniting Efforts for Scaling up Implementation of International Drug Policy Commitments to Improve the Ability of and Access to Controlled Substances for Medical and Scientific Purposes

Organized by the Union for International Cancer Control with the support of Australia, Belgium, Mexico, the Netherlands, the UNODC Prevention, Treatment and Rehabilitation Section, the Asia Pacific Hospice Palliative Care Network, Walther Global Palliative Care and Supportive Oncology, the African Palliative Care Association, the World Hospice Palliative Care Alliance and the International Association for Hospice …

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