Permanent Mission of the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the UN, United States

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131 1 December 11

Implementation of the note by the President of the Security Council: Statement by H.E. Ambassador Jan Grauls on behalf of the Netherlands and Belgium

132 8 November 11

Security Council Reform: Statement by Ambassador Herman Schaper on behalf of Belgium and the Netherlands

133 25 October 11

International Law Commission: Statement by Prof. Dr. Liesbeth Lijnzaad, Legal Adviser, at the Report of the International Law Commission

134 12 October 11

Universal jurisdiction: Statement by Ceta Noland, Legal adviser

135 10 October 11

Advancement of Women: Statement by Ms. Kirsten van den Hul, Women’s Representative of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

136 4 October 11

Social Development: Statement by Mr. Dirk Janssen Youth Representative of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

137 26 September 11

General Assembly: Speech by Uri Rosenthal, Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Netherlands

138 Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Initiative

Non-Proliferation and Disarmament Initiative 6th Ministerial Meeting The Hague April 9 2013

139 Finalising the Arms Trade Treaty: Time for Brave Diplomacy

In a world that protects its citizen’s welfare by regulating the trade in cars, medicine and fruit and vegetables it is inexcusable that no international instrument exists for the regulation of the international trade in arms. The negotiations starting today at the UN in New York offer a historic opportunity to put this right. The international community faces an important choice: a choice between saving lives and reducing conflict, or shying away from our common responsibility. The time has come for the international community to do the right thing and conclude a strong Arms Trade Treaty.