Argentina presented proposals to improve its arms control process

Regarding the destruction of weapons and voluntary disarmament, leftist ruled Argentina stressed that "this policy constitutes the central axis in arms control since it includes their effective elimination from illegal markets and society".

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The Argentine government presented proposals to the United Nations (UN) to "improve small arms and light weapons transfer processes," and also called for "reducing the difficulties and administrative burdens linked to the required reports" and "making effective the exchange of information and good practices", as was officially reported.

Within the framework of the 8th Biennial Meeting of States on the United Nations Program of Action (PoA) that takes place from the 27th of this month to the 1st of July in New York, the national delegation presented this Wednesday for the first time a document of . . .

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