General Conference

Certification of the External Auditor on the financial statements from October 1 to December 31, 2002 for the year 2002

CG/552Corr.

Agenda

CG/553Rev.4

List of participants

CG/554Rev.3

Organization of Work

CG/555Rev.3

Report of the Secretary General

CG/556Rev.1

Council Report

CG/557Rev.

Status of the Treaty and its Additional Protocols

CG/558Rev.

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

CG/559Rev.

Control system. Application of Articles 13 and 14

CG/560Rev.

Application of Article 24

CG/561Rev.1

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

CG/562Rev.

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

CG/563Rev.

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

CG/564Rev.

Education for peace, disarmament and non-proliferation

CG/565Rev.

Election of Council Members

CG/566Rev.

Report of the Committee on Contributions and Administrative and Budgetary Affairs

CG/567Rev.

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

CG/568Rev.

Budget for fiscal year 2004

CG/569

Certification of the External Auditor on the financial statements as of September 30, 2003, for the year 2003

CG/570

Use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes

CG/571Rev.

Report of the Secretary General

CG/Res.437

Council Report

CG/Res.438

Status of the Treaty and its Additional Protocols

CG/Res.439

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

CG/Res.440

Control system. Application of Articles 13 and 14

CG/Res.441

Application of Article 24

CG/Res.442

Use of nuclear energy for peaceful purposes

CG/Res.443

Prevention of radioactive contamination of the marine environment within the framework of the Treaty of Tlatelolco. Transport of radioactive material

CG/Res.444

Education for peace, disarmament and non-proliferation

CG/Res.445

Election of Council Members

CG/Res.446

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

CG/Res.447

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

CG/Res.448

Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

CG/Res.449

Cooperation with the United Nations Regional Center for Peace, Disarmament and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean

CG/Res.450

Report of the Committee on Contributions and Administrative and Budgetary Affairs (CCAAP)

CG/Res.451

Election of CCAAP Members

CG/Res.452

Program-Budget and scale of quotas for the proration of the Agency's expenses for the year 2004

CG/Res.453

Certification of the External Auditor of the Agency's account statements for the fourth quarter of 2002

CG/Res.454

Certification of the External Auditor of the Agency's account statements for the first three quarters of 2003

CG/Res.455

Cooperation with Soka Gakkai International

CG/Res.456

Havana Declaration

CG/Res.457

vote of thanks

CG/Res.458

Minutes of the Ninety-ninth Session

CG/PV/99

Minutes of the Hundredth Session

CG/PV/100

Minutes of the One Hundred and First Session

CG/PV/101

Minutes of the One Hundred and Second Session

CG/PV/102

XVIII Regular Session of the General Conference

The XVIII Regular Session of the General Conference was held in Havana, Cuba from November 5 to 6, 2003 and was chaired by His Excellency Mr. Abelardo Moreno Fernández, representative of Cuba. The representative of Brazil and the representative of Guatemala were elected as the two Vice-Presidents of the Conference.

The General Conference had the participation of representatives of twenty-three (23) Member States: Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Guyana, 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: Germany, Algeria, Austria, Bulgaria, Spain, Finland, Italy, New Zealand, Romania and Switzerland. Seven international organizations and eight non-governmental organizations were also represented.

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

  • Education for peace, disarmament and non-proliferation
  • Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
  • Cooperation with the United Nations Regional Center for Peace, Disarmament and Development in Latin America and the Caribbean
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