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Disarment, Weapons Of Mass Destruction And Outer Space: Mongolia´S Stand

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The topics before the First Committee are: Relationship between Disarmament and Development, Measures to prevent Terrorists from acquiring Weapons of Mass Destruction, Prevention of arms Race in Outer Space. Mongolia is dedicated to collaborative multilateral approaches to ensuring the world’s peace.
I. Relationship between Disarmament and Development
According to a press released text, UNITED STATES CALLED ON TO REDUCE NON-STRATEGIC NUCLEAR WEAPONS BY DRAFT TEXT APPROVED IN DISARMAMENT COMMITTEE, it is expressed in the text that the Committee has approved a draft resolution recognizing the nuclear-weapon-free status of Mongolia, this status could bring stability and welcome the efforts made by Member States to cooperate with Mongolia in implementing the resolution of its fifty-fifth session, as well as the progress made in consolidating Mongolia’s international security. According to the Australian government, Mongolia's development has been in a disadvantage by its bad weather, lack of infrastructure, landlocked position, extreme climate, and an unreliable environment laws. The country is transitioning from a Soviet satellite to a free-market democracy. According to them, Australian companies are interested in helping Mongolia to develop, by supporting them in their resources sector. In October 2009, the Mongolian Government signed a US$6 billion investment agreement for the massive Oyu Tolgoi copper and gold mine with Rio Tinto and Canada's Ivanhoe Mines. Leighton Holdings Limited also has interests in Mongolian mining, including a contract to provide mining services to a major coking coal deposit, Tavan Tolgoi. A reporter about disarmament and development relationship created in 1978, by Inga Thorson. The Thorson committee reported a study report about UNIDIR, International Disarmament Fund for Development. In 1985, Sweden presented a study on conversion, Disarmament Conversion from military to civilian production in Sweden. A new political trend was in demand in France the government was considering the benefits of the relationship between disarmament and development. In August-September1987, the conference was held. (The Unite Nations Disarmament Year Book 1986, 357-371) The second chapter of the final document of the report is precisely about the relationship between disarmament, development and security. The 14th paragraph explains that security is an overriding priority for all nations. It is fundamental for both disarmament and development. The 18th paragraph explains that non-military threats are one of the main worries of global concerns. Degradation...

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