University General Assembly 3


Tomáš Šándor

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Committee: United Nations General Assembly Committee 3

Country: Mexico (The United Mexican States)

Agenda: Prohibiting the use, stockpiling, production, and transfer of anti-personnel mines and their destruction

Bearing the responsibility for thousands of unreasonable deaths of innocent humans annually, the anti-personnel mines themselves, their production, transportation and any other kinds of actions that could aim at or result in proliferation of the anti-personnel mines pose a considerable threat to humankind, international security and peace. Account on that the international community was to undertake adequate measures which are – at least – to mitigate the risks emanating from current mines stockpiles, the eminent threat of mines installed in terrain, and to hinder – eventually prevent from – the possibilities of the anti-personnel mines further production. Regarding the anti-personnel mines issue, the endeavour of majority of the international community is demonstrated by documents implementation that disposes of fundamental meaning, such as Convention on Prohibitions or Restrictions on the Use of Certain Conventional Weapons Which May be Deemed to Be Excessively Injurious or to Have Indiscriminate Effects of 1980 and its amendato...