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Working papers and other documents submitted to the 2005 NPT Review Conference

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.1 
Verification of nuclear disarmament: final report on studies into the verification of nuclear warheads and their components: 
Working paper submitted by the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.2
Nuclear disarmament and reduction of the danger of nuclear war: 
Working paper submitted by China

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.3
Non-proliferation of nuclear weapons: 
Working paper submitted by China

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.4
Nuclear-Weapon-Free Zone
Working Paper submitted by China

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.5
Nuclear Issues in the Middle East
Working Paper submitted by China

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.6
Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy
Working Paper submitted by China

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.7
Security assurances: 
Working paper submitted by China

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.8
Omnibus
Working paper submitted by Group of Non-Aligned Movement States

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.9
Peaceful Uses of Nuclear Energy
Working paper submitted by Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden

NPT/Conf.2005/WP.10
Compliance and Verification
Working Paper submitted by Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.11
Cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy
Working paper submitted by Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.12
Approaches to the nuclear fuel cycle
Working paper submitted by Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Hungary, Ireland,
the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.13
Physical protection and illicit trafficking
Working paper submitted by Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway and Sweden

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.14
Export Controls
Working Paper submitted by Australia, Austria, Canada, Denmark, Hungary, Ireland, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, and Sweden

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.15
Multilateral nuclear supply principles of the Zangger Committee
Working paper submitted by Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Canada, China, the Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, the Republic of Korea, Romania, the Russian Federation, Slovakia, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and the United States of America as members of the Zangger Committee

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.16
NPT withdrawal submitted by Australia and New Zealand

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.17
Procedural and other arrangements for the effective and successful outcome of the 2005 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
Working paper presented by the members of the Group of Non-Aligned States Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.18
Substantive issues to be considered by Main Committee I
Working paper presented by the members of the Group of 
Non-Aligned States parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.19
Substantive issues to considered by Main Committee II 
Working paper presented by the members of the Group of 
Non-Aligned States Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.20
Substantive issues to be considered by Main Committee III of the 2005 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
Working paper presented by the members of the Group of 
Non-Aligned States Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.21
Further measures to strengthen the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, Twenty-one Measures for the Twenty-first Century 
Working paper submitted by Japan

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.22
Working paper submitted by Japan

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.23
NPT — a dynamic instrument and core pillar of international security
Working paper submitted by Norway

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.24
Transparency, Verification, and Irreversibility: Essential Principles in the Process of Nuclear Disarmament
Working paper submitted by the Republic of Cuba

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.25
Peaceful uses of nuclear energy
Working paper submitted by Cuba

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.26
Proliferation security initiative: legal consequences from the standpoint of international law
Working paper of the Republic of Cuba

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.27
Working paper on nuclear disarmament for Main Committee I
Recommendations submitted by New Zealand on behalf of Brazil, Egypt, Ireland, Mexico, South Africa and Sweden as members of the New Agenda Coalition

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.28
Central Asian Nuclear Weapons Free Zone
Tashkent statement by representatives of Central Asian States

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.29
Statement verbale from Kazakhstan on behalf of the States members of the Collective Security Treaty Organization

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.30
Disarmament and Non-proliferation education
Working paper submitted by Egypt, Hungary, Japan, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Poland and Sweden

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.31
Japan's efforts in Disarmament and Non-proliferation education
Working paper submitted by Japan

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.32
Withdrawal from Treaty: European Union common approach
Working paper submitted by Luxembourg on the behalf of the European Union

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.33
Multilateral nuclear fuel cycle arrangements
Working document submitted by Argentina

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.34
Further measures to be taken to strengthen the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons regime 
Working paper submitted by Japan and Australia

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.35
Working Paper submitted by Belgium, Lithuania, the Netherlands, Norway, Spain, Poland and Turkey

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.36
Implementation of the 1995 resolution and 2000 outcome on the Middle East 
Working Paper submitted by Egypt to Main Committee II

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.37
European Union common Approach: Cooperative Threat Reduction-Global Partnership initiative
Working Paper submitted by Luxembourg on behalf of the European Union

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.38
Nuclear Disarmament
Working Paper submitted by Canada

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.39
Achieving permanence with accountability
Working paper submitted by Canada

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.40
The implementation of the resolution on the Middle East adopted by the 1995 Review and Extension Conference of the Parties to the Treaty
Working paper presented by the State of Qatar on behalf of the States members of the League of Arab States

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.41
Follow-up to the Advisory Opinion of the International Court of Justice on the Legality of the Threat or Use of Nuclear Weapons: Legal, technical and political elements required for the establishment and maintenance of a nuclear weapon-free world
Working Paper submitted by Malaysia, Costa Rica, Bolivia, Democratic Republic of Timor-Leste, Nicaragua, and Yemen

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.42
Views on substantive issues of the 2005 Review Conference
Working paper submitted by the Republic of Korea

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.43
Working paper submitted to Main Committee I by Luxembourg on behalf of the European Union, the acceding countries Bulgaria and Romania, the candidate countries Croatia and Turkey, the countries of the Stabilization and Association Process and potential candidates Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Serbia and Montenegro, as well as Norway, member of the European Economic Area

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.44
Working Paper based on the European Union Statement for Main Committee II
Submitted by Luxembourg on behalf of the European Union, the acceding countries Bulgaria and Romania, the candidate countries Croatia and Turkey, the countries of the Stabilization and Association Process and potential candidates Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Serbia and Montenegro, as well as Norway, member of the European Economic Area

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.45
Working paper submitted to Main Committee III by Luxembourg on behalf of the European Union, the candidate countries Bulgaria, Romania, Turkey and Croatia, the countries of the Stabilization and Association Process and potential candidates Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, and Serbia and Montenegro

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.46
Note verbale dated 10 May 2005 from the Permanent Mission of Mexico to the United Nations addressed to the President of the Conference

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.47
Working paper submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran for Main Committee I

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.48
Working paper submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran for Main Committee II

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.49
Negative Security Assurances
Working paper by the Islamic Republic of Iran

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.50
Peaceful use of nuclear energy
Working paper submitted by the Islamic Republic of Iran for Main Committee III

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.51
Enhanced strengthened review process for the Treaty
Working paper submitted by the Netherlands

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.57
Strengthening implementation of article IV of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
Working paper submitted by the United States

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.58
Strengthening implementation of article III of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
Working paper submitted by the United States of America

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.59
Strengthening the implementation of Article X
Report submitted by the United States

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.60
Strengthening the implementation of articles I and II of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons
Working paper submitted by the United States

NPT/CONF.2005/WP.61
Security assurances
Working paper submitted by New Zealand on behalf of Brazil, Egypt, Ireland, Mexico, Sweden and South Africa as members of the New Agenda Coalition

NPT/CONF.2005/MC.I/CRP.3

Chairman's Working Paper of Main Committee I