General Conference

Agenda

CG/642Rev.2

List of participants

CG/643

Report of the Secretary General

CG/644

Status of signatures and ratifications of the Treaty of Tlatelolco, Control System and status of the Convention on Privileges and Immunities of the Agency as of November 17, 2011

SG.02.2011

Status of quotas pending collection from OPANAL Member States as of November 16, 2011

SG.03.2011

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

CG/645Rev.

Budget of the Agency for the financial year 2012 and the scale of contributions for the expenses of the Agency for the year 2012

CG/646

Memorandum from the General Secretary in relation to the 2012 Budget Project and the 2013 Preliminary Budget Project

SG.01.2011

Presentation of the financial statements and opinion of the Auditors as of December 31, 2010

CG/641

Report of the Secretary General

CG/Res.535

Consolidation of the Nuclear Weapons Free Zone of Latin America and the Caribbean

CG/Res.536

Coordination of the work of OPANAL in New York, Geneva, Vienna and the Caribbean

CG/Res.537

Coordination and cooperation with other Nuclear Weapons Free Zones

CG/Res.538

Election of Council Members

CG/Res.539

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

CG/Res.540

Election of CCAAP Members

CG/Res.541

Budget of the Agency for the financial year 2012 and scale of fees for the expenses of the Agency for the year 2012

CG/Res.542

Financial statements and opinion of the Auditors as of December 31, 2010

CG/Res.543

vote of thanks

CG/Res.544

Verbatim record of the One Hundred and Thirteenth Session

CG/PV/113

XXII Regular Session of the General Conference

The XXII Regular Session of the General Conference was held in Mexico City on November 17, 2011 and was chaired by His Excellency Mr. Germán Guerrero Pavez, representative of Chile. The representative of Jamaica and the representative of Panama were elected as the two Vice-Presidents of the Conference.

The General Conference had the participation of representatives of twenty-one (21) Member States: Argentina, Belize, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Ecuador, Guatemala, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, Paraguay, Peru, Dominican Republic, Uruguay and Venezuela. They also participated five (5) Linked States: United States of America, France, Great Britain and Northern Ireland, Netherlands and Russian Federation; and six (6) Member States of Other NWFZs and Observers: Angola, Australia, Ivory Coast, Egypt, Indonesia and South Africa. The United Nations and the Inter-American Institute of Educational Communication were also represented.

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

  • Consolidation of the Nuclear Weapons Free Zone of Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Coordination of the work of OPANAL in New York, Geneva, Vienna and the Caribbean
  • Coordination and cooperation with other Nuclear Weapons Free Zones
Scroll to start