General Conference

Certification of the External Auditor on the financial statements from October 1 to December 31, 2004

CG/581

Agenda

CG/582Prov.

List of participants

CG/583

Organization of Work

CG/584

Report of the Secretary General

CG/585

Council Report

CG/586

Status of the Treaty and its Additional Protocols

CG/587

Report of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Agency

CG/588

Control system. Application of Articles 13 and 14

CG/589

Application of Article 24

CG/590

Use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes

CG/591

Prevention of pollution of the marine environment within the framework of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

CG/592

Interpretative Declarations of the Nuclear Powers to Protocols I and II of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

CG/593

Strengthening the Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean (OPANAL)

CG/594

Education for Peace, Disarmament and Nuclear Non-Proliferation

CG/595

Election of Council Members

CG/596

Report of the Committee on Contributions and Administrative and Budgetary Affairs

CG/597

Election of Members of the Committee on Quotas and Administrative and Budgetary Affairs

CG/598

Appointment of the External Auditor

CG/599

Budget and scale of contributions for the proration of the Agency's expenses for the year 2006

CG/600

Certification of the External Auditor on the financial statements as of September 30, 2005, for the year 2005

CG/601

Election of the Secretary General

CG/602

Report of the Secretary General

CG/Res.469

Council Report

CG/Res.470

Status of the Treaty and its Additional Protocols

CG/Res.471

Status of the Convention on the Privileges and Immunities of the Agency

CG/Res.472

Control system. Application of Articles 13 and 14

CG/Res.473

Application of Article 24 of the Treaty

CG/Res.474

Use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes

CG/Res.475

Prevention of radioactive contamination of the marine environment within the framework of the Treaty of Tlatelolco

CG/Res.476

Declarations of the Nuclear Powers to Additional Protocols I and II of the Treaty of Tlatelolco. Compliance with Resolution CG/Res.430 (XVI)

CG/Res.477

Strengthening the Agency for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean. Compliance with Resolution CG/Res.448 (XVIII)

CG/Res.478

Education for Peace, Disarmament and Nuclear Non-Proliferation

CG/Res.479

Election of Council Members

CG/Res.480

Report of the Committee on Contributions and Administrative and Budgetary Affairs

CG/Res.481

Appointment of the External Auditor

CG/Res.482

Budget of the Agency for the fiscal year for the year 2006 and the scale of contributions for the proration of the expenses of the Agency for the year 2006

CG/Res.483

Certification of the External Auditor of the account statements for the fourth quarter of 2004

CG/Res.484

Certification of the External Auditor of the account statements for the first three quarters of 2005

CG/Res.485

Election of the Secretary General

CG/Res.486

Santiago Declaration

CG/Res.487

vote of thanks

CG/Res.488

Minutes of the One Hundred and Fourth Session

CG/PV/104

Minutes of the One Hundred and Fifth Session

CG/PV/105

Minutes of the One Hundred and Sixth Session

CG/PV/106

Minutes of the One Hundred and Seventh Session

CG/PV/107

XIX Regular Session of the General Conference

The XIX Regular Session of the General Conference was held in Santiago, Chile from November 7 to 8, 2005 and was chaired by His Excellency Mr. Luis Winter, representative of Chile. The representative of Cuba and the representative of Mexico were elected as the two Vice-Presidents of the Conference.

The General Conference had the participation of representatives of veinty-one (21) Member States: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela. They also participated six (6) Linked States: China (People's Republic), United States of America, Russian Federation, France, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Netherlands. In addition, they were represented ten (10) Observer States: Canada, Korea (Republic of), Italy, Iran (Islamic Republic), Japan, Lebanon (Republic Lebanese), Poland, Portugal, Sweden, and Switzerland. Seven international organizations, nine non-governmental organizations and 30 special guests were also represented.

At the Conference, several topics were discussed and several resolutions were approved, including:

  • Application of Article 24 of the Treaty
  • Prevention of radioactive contamination of the marine environment within the framework of the Treaty of Tlatelolco
  • Declarations of the Nuclear Powers to Additional Protocols I and II of the Treaty of Tlatelolco. 
  • Election of the Secretary General
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