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Nuclear Non-Proliferation

Volume 205: debated on Monday 9 March 1992

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To ask the Prime Minister what plans he has to meet with non-governmental organisations which specialise in non-proliferation issues to discuss the outcome of the special session of the United Nations Security Council decisions on nuclear non-proliferation agreed in New York on 31 January.

I have no specific plans to do so. The Foreign and Commonwealth Office is in close touch with non-governmental organisations in this field.

To ask the Prime Minister whether the library at 10 Downing street contains a copy of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty.

To ask the Prime Minister if he will publish the main points of the agreed United Nations Security Council special session policy to control nuclear proliferation held in New York on 31 January; indicating what plans he has to publicise the strategy agreed on nuclear non-proliferation.

The agreed conclusions of the high-level meeting of the Security Council on 31 January are set out in the statement which I made at the time on behalf of all members of the Security Council, and on which I reported to the House on 3 February at columns 21–35. The statement has been published as Security Council document S/23500, a copy of which is in the Library of the House.