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Hans-Gert Pöttering
President of the European Parliament

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put the word – non-proliferation – in the search window on this page –

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Search language : English <!– 77 result(s) found. –> 77 result(s) found.

EP-PE_LTA(2009)003908

COM(2009)0143 FINAL – COMMUNICATION DE LA COMMISSION AU CONSEIL ET AU PARLEMENT EUROPEEN: COMMUNICATION RELATIVE A LA NON-PROLIFERATION NUCLEAIRE (SG/D(2009) 2403) <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Mail (Official) – Incoming

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FR XL

AFET_AM(2009)420214

with a proposal for a European Parliament recommendation to the Council on non-proliferation and the future of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Amendments to draft reports – Committees

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P6_B(2008)0421

on non-proliferation and the future of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Motions for resolutions/decisions – part-session documents

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EP-PE_LTA(2008)009269

OBSERVATIONS SUR LA MISE EN OEUVRE PAR LES PARLEMENTS DU G8 D’UNE STRATEGIE DE DESARMEMENT ET DE NON-PROLIFERATION NUCLEAIRE <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Mail (Official) – Incoming

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EN XL

P6_QE(2007)3988

Strengthening the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Parliamentary questions – Written questions

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ES DA DE EL EN FR IT NL PT FI SV

P6_QE(2007)3931

Strengthening the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Parliamentary questions – Written questions

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ES DA DE EL EN FR IT NL PT FI SV

P6_QE(2007)3606

EU-India partnership and cooperation agreement and clause on non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Parliamentary questions – Written questions

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P6_QE(2007)3607

EU-India partnership and cooperation agreement and clause on non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Parliamentary questions – Written questions

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EP-PE_LTA(2007)009297

REMERCIEMENTS POUR L’ENVOI DE LA RESOLUTION DU PARLEMENT EUROPEEN DANS LE CADRE DE LA NON-PROLIFERATION DES ARMES NUCLEAIRES. <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

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EP-PE_LTA(2007)005455

TRANSMISSION D’UN COURRIER ADRESSE A MME FERRERO-WALDNER CONCERNANT LE TRAITE DE NON-PROLIFERATION NUCLEAIRE. (3) <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

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P6_TA(2007)0072

European Parliament resolution of 14 March 2007 on non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

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03A-DV-PRESSE_STO(2007)03-08(03939)

Tuesday in Plenary: non-proliferation, air safety, veal, online music <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Article

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03A-DV-PRESSE_IPR(2007)03-09(04012)

More EP involvement is needed on non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Press release

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P6_RC(2007)0078

on non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Joint motions for resolutions – part-session documents

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P6_AMRC(2007)0078(003-005)

Non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Amendments to joint resolutions – part-session documents

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P6_AMRC(2007)0078(001-002)

Non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Amendments to joint resolutions – part-session documents

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P6_AMRC(2007)0078(006-010)

Non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Amendments to joint resolutions – part-session documents

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P6_B(2007)0085

on non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

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P6_B(2007)0093

on non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Motions for resolutions/decisions – part-session documents

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P6_B(2007)0095

on non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Motions for resolutions/decisions – part-session documents

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P6_B(2007)0087

on non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Motions for resolutions/decisions – part-session documents

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ES CS DA ET EL EN FR IT LV LT HU MT NL PL PT SK SL FI SV

P6_B(2007)0088

on non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Motions for resolutions/decisions – part-session documents

The document is available in the following languages :

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P6_B(2007)0078

on non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Motions for resolutions/decisions – part-session documents

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P6_QO(2007)0008

Nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament – modernisation of UK Trident incompatible with NPT <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Parliamentary questions – Oral questions

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P6_QO(2007)0010

Nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament – NPT prepcom, 30 April – 11 May 2007 <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

–> Parliamentary questions – Oral questions

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P6_TA(2005)0075

European Parliament resolution on the Non-Proliferation Treaty 2005 Review Conference – Nuclear arms in North Korea and Iran <!– Si pas de document dans la langue on affiche les langues dispos The document is available in the following languages

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(from 2005 – note texts adopted finalized edition )
My Note –
The document listed immediately preceding this (which is listed as the next one down on the page is very interesting also)
Here is the information from the search which is pertinent to the events of this day and the international discussions about them – it is based on this –

Please note that any references contained in the register are nor legally binding. Only legal acts published in the Official journal ( EUR-Lex ) are binding.

Description language: English

P6_TA(2005)0075

European Parliament resolution on the Non-Proliferation Treaty 2005 Review Conference – Nuclear arms in North Korea and Iran

Texts adopted (finalised edition) – part-session documents

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My Note –

although the pdf request says that this document in the archives is not available – it actually is and if it cannot be requested here and received in a timely manner by manual request – it can also be accessed in the archives of the UN Security Council pertinent documents group concerning the same subject matter – filed by country, governing body, date and treaty / agreement numbers.

It should be available by request, however – through the European Parliament and some of the same passages are concurrent with more recent resolutions concerning the same matters.

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or put the title in Google and get all kinds of great stuff immediately that accurately reflect the resolution from 2005 made about North Korea and Iran with their nuclear activities –

Procedure : 2005/2518(RSP)
Document stages in plenary
Document selected : B6-0185/2005

Texts tabled :

B6-0185/2005

Debates :

PV 08/03/2005 – 14

Votes :

PV 10/03/2005 – 7.6

Texts adopted :

P6_TA(2005)0075

MOTION FOR A RESOLUTION
PDF 116k DOC 55k
See also joint motion for a resolution RC-B6-0148/2005
2 March 2005
PE 356.341v01-00
B6‑0185/2005
to wind up the debate on statements by the Council and Commission
pursuant to Rule 103(2) of the Rules of Procedure
by Angelika Beer, Monica Frassoni, Caroline Lucas, Jillian Evans, Jean Lambert, Marie-Hélène Aubert and Raül Romeva i Rueda
on behalf of the Verts/ALE Group
on the Non Proliferation Treaty 2005 Review Conference – Nuclear arms in North Korea and Iran
European Parliament resolution on the Non Proliferation Treaty 2005 Review Conference – Nuclear arms in North Korea and Iran
B6‑0185/2005
The European Parliament,

–  having regard to Rule 103(2) of its Rules of Procedure,

A.  taking into account and reiterating its previous resolutions on nuclear disarmament and in particular its resolution of 26 February 2004 on the Non-Proliferation Treaty Preparatory Committee meeting in May 2004,

B.  underlining that the European Security Strategy concept and the EU’s Strategy on Weapons of Mass Destruction, as adopted by the enlarged EU, emphasises the importance of nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament,

C.  recognising that all the EU Member States are States Parties to the NPT and that two EU Member States are Nuclear Weapon States as defined in the NPT,

1.  Reaffirms its position that the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons is of vital importance for the prevention of the proliferation of nuclear weapons and for nuclear disarmament;

2.  Recognises the intrinsic technical possibility to use nuclear installations and fissile materials for civil and military purposes;

3.  Calls on the Council and the Commission to place a high priority on stringent export controls and the maintenance and upgrading of the international safeguards and verification regime;

4.  Recalls that the EU’s objective is the complete elimination of nuclear weapons and expects the declared and undeclared nuclear weapon states to engage actively with this issue and to make further progress towards reducing and eliminating nuclear weapons;

5.  Calls on the EU and its Member States to present an action plan and a timetable towards achieving a nuclear-free zone in Europe and to engage in active diplomacy with the countries concerned on achieving a nuclear-free zone in the Middle East and on the Korean Peninsula, such as is already the case in Latin America, Africa and the South Pacific;

6.  Calls on the EU and its Member States – in a spirit of ‘effective multilateralism’ and solidarity and in pursuit of the EU Strategy Against the Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction – to form a common front at the NPT Review Conference in 2005 and make a positive contribution to the discussions; urges that their statements attach special importance to new initiatives on nuclear disarmament and the revitalisation of the UN Conference on Disarmament;

7.  Calls on the Luxembourg Presidency and the Member States to add further substance to their common statement that ‘the Treaty on the Non-proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT) must be preserved’;

8.  Calls on the Luxembourg Presidency and the Member States to work towards the effective implementation of point 15.3. of the Final Declaration of the 2000 NPT Review Conference in order to achieve a treaty effectively banning the production of all weapons using fissile materials;

9.  Calls on the Luxembourg Presidency – in support of the Union’s Common Position on the Universalisation and Reinforcement of Multilateral Agreements in the Field of Non-proliferation of WMD and their Means of Delivery – to make a statement on the EU’s Common Position and the EU Strategy at the Review Conference;

10.  Calls on the EU to work with its international partners to develop and promote the principles to prevent terrorists, or those that harbour them, from gaining access to weapons and materials of mass destruction;

11.  Calls on the Council and the Commission to use the experience of Euratom safeguards to set up a programme aimed at preventing the proliferation of nuclear materials, technology and knowledge in the world;

12.  Calls on all states, and nuclear weapon states in particular, not to provide assistance to or encourage states which may seek to acquire nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices, in particular those states which are not parties to the Non-Proliferation Treaty;

13.  Stresses its strong belief that nuclear disarmament activity will contribute significantly to international security and strategic stability and also reduce the risk of thefts of plutonium or High Enriched Uranium by terrorists; urges the EU to support the new international initiative on new nuclear dangers, as proposed by UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan and by Mohammed ElBaradei, Director of the IAEA, which points to the need to secure nuclear disarmament by Nuclear Weapon States both acknowledged and unacknowledged;

14.  Stresses that all Weapons of Mass Destruction must be dismantled and their use or possession forbidden in international law, and that this must therefore eventually include nuclear weapons, as has already been achieved for biological and chemical weapons of mass destruction; urges the EU to work hard for the establishment of the Model Nuclear Weapons Convention, as has already been deposited at the UN and which could provide a framework of steps within a legally binding disarmament process;

15.  Urges the EU in this perspective to make use of its considerable experience and the leading role it has played in obtaining impressive breakthroughs in international agreements such as the Ottawa Convention on Antipersonnel Landmines, the Kyoto Protocol and the Statute for the International Criminal Court;

16.  Calls on the Luxembourg Presidency and the Member States to provide further substance by outlining how they aim to achieve their common objective in the EU WMD Strategy to ‘foster the role of the UN Security Council and enhance expertise in meeting the challenge of proliferation’, and specifically how the States Parties to the NPT might retain the unique verification and inspection experience of UNMOVIC, for example by means of a roster of experts;

17.  Calls on the Luxembourg Presidency and the Member States to suggest how they can persuade third countries to accede to the IAEA Additional Protocols, given the fact that all EU Member States have signed and ratified these protocols;

18.  Calls on the Luxembourg Presidency and the Member States to clarify and step up their commitment to releasing financial resources to support specific projects conducted by multilateral institutions, such as the IAEA;

19.  Calls on the EU to propose, at the Review Conference in 2005, that the appropriate subsidiary body on nuclear disarmament be established by the CD without further delay;

20.  Calls on the EU to develop the necessary coordination mechanisms (the EU’s WMD Monitoring Unit in liaison with the EU Situation Centre) to ensure that intelligence is used to build solidarity and confidence between the Member States on WMD policy;

21.  Stresses the importance and urgency of signature and ratification, without delay and without conditions and in accordance with institutional processes, to achieve the earliest possible entry into force of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty; calls on the Council and the Commission to insist on this in the dialogue with those partner states which have not yet ratified the CTBT and/or the NPT;

22.  Reiterates its call on the USA to definitively stop the development of new generations of battlefield nuclear weapons (bunkerbusters) and to sign and ratify the Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty; calls also on the USA to clarify the situation of the quantity and strategic objectives of its tactical nuclear arsenals stationed on European bases and to provide a timetable for complete withdrawal of these arsenals;

23.  Welcomes the appeal signed by 25 Nobel Prize Winners, calling on the governments of the United States, Russia, China, France, and the UK, India, Pakistan, Israel, and North Korea to support and implement steps to lower the operational status of their nuclear weapon systems in order to reduce the risk of nuclear catastrophe;

24.  Renews its support for the international mayors’ campaign – initiated by the Mayors of Hiroshima and Nagasaki – on nuclear disarmament, and recommends that the international community carefully consider the Campaign’s ‘Project Vision 2020’, urging a scheduled programme of elimination of all nuclear weapons by the year 2020;

25.  Calls on the EU Member States to provide the Presidency with a mandate to propose in New York the convening of an international conference to discuss the procedures needed to realise this program, and urges the inclusion in such a conference of as many Nuclear Weapon States as possible, both acknowledged and unacknowledged;

26.  Welcomes the inclusion of Non Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction clauses in the latest EU agreements with third countries and action plans; points out that such measures must be implemented by all the EU partner countries without exception;

on Iran

27.  Welcomes IAEA Director Mohamad ElBaradei’s declaration at the end of January 2005 about the progress being made by the agency’s nuclear safeguard inspectors over the last 15 months in understanding the nature and scope of Iran’s nuclear programme;

28.  Reaffirms its full support for the Paris agreement of 15 November, in which Iran made the commitment to suspend its uranium enrichment programme, and to the EU 3 approach of dialogue with the Iranian authorities in order to ensure a peaceful and diplomatic solution to the nuclear issues concerning this country, and calls for objective guarantees from the Iranian Government as to the non-military nature of its nuclear programme;

29.  Calls on the Council and Commission to consider the proposal made by High Representative Solana to involve the US, Turkey and Israel in the negotiations;

30  Calls on the Council and the Commission to enter into negotiations with the Iranian authorities on the transfer of technology and know-how, as well as financial support for renewable energy;

31.  Calls on the Iranian parliament to conclude the parliamentary ratification of the additional protocol to the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty;

32.  Calls on the US Government to fully support the EU diplomatic approach to resolving this problem, considers this question as essential for a renewed transatlantic agenda and welcomes the recent US statement on this matter, as well as earlier assertions that it would not engage in preventive military action against Iran;

33.  Calls on the Iranian authorities to acknowledge Israel’s existence;

34.  Calls the Council to take an initiative with the Government of the Russian Federation to obtain guarantees that its recent agreement with Iran on the delivery of nuclear material is solely intended for civilian use, and ensure support for the EU diplomatic efforts;

On North Korea

35.  Notes North Korea’s statement that its ‘end objective is a nuclear-free Korean Peninsula’ and urges it to abide by its obligations under NPT, and its government and other parties involved to take concrete steps in negotiations and to adopt a constructive approach;

36.  Urges both North Korea and the United States to show flexibility to enable a speedy resolution of the current crisis, initially by offering to recommence the supply of Heavy Fuel Oil in exchange for a verified freezing of the Yongbyon plant, to avoid further deterioration of the current situation;

37.  Notes that there is no intention on the part of the member countries to revive the KEDO project; reiterates its belief that it has been ill-designed from the outset and that it never corresponded to the type of energy suplies urgently needed by the DPRK;

38.  Calls on Council and Commission to offer financial support for heavy fuel oil supplies to remedy North Korea’s primary energy needs, and asks Commission and Council to make the necessary approaches regarding EU participation in future ‘Six-Party Talks’;

39.  Believes that the EU should support renewed efforts to enable the DPRK to renounce the further use of nuclear energy in exchange for guaranteed energy supplies;

40.  Calls for the establishment of an independent inquiry into allegations that North Korea has a full-fledged Highly Enriched Uranium (HEU) Programme and has supplied uranium to Libya;

41.  Calls on both the Council and the Commission to present a progress report to Parliament on the outcome of the NPT Review Conference within three months of the end of the Conference;

42.  Decides to establish an official delegation to attend the NPT Review Conference;

43.  Instructs its President to forward this resolution to the Luxembourg Presidency, the Commission, the Council, the governments and parliaments of the Member States, the UN Secretary-General and all States Parties to the Convention.

Last updated: 3 March 2005 Legal notice

http://www.europarl.europa.eu/sides/getDoc.do?type=MOTION&reference=B6-2005-0185&language=EN

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