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Sponsors: China, USA, Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand, Iran, Chile

Signatories: France, Lithuania, Greece, UK, Bolivia, Croatia, Chad, Uruguay, South
Korea, Japan, Australia, New Zealand,Canada,
Acknowledging the danger posed to countries by sub-national
organizations acquiring nuclear technology;
Alarmed at the threat that nuclear technology possesses;
Bearing in mind that the sovereignty of nations may not be broached;
Confident that this comprehensive resolution will help solve this
problem;
Imploring countries to work together and cooperate to achieve the
most effective solution;
Stressing the importance of transparency in nuclear states with
weapons and energy.
1. Encourages nations to participate in the International Data Base in which each
nation reports cases of illegal nuclear uses in return for resources and guidance
from the IAEA to combat such problems;
a. This will serve as an incentive for these nations to actively seek out and
report illegal nuclear uses as well as facilitate cooperation,
b. Requests the assistance of the global community when said nations report
such crises;
2. Calls upon the NGO Committee of Disarmament, Peace, and Security to work
with governments for the purposes of:
a. Conducting regional assessments in conjunction with the government in
order to properly understand the conflict at hand,
b. Providing policymakers with the necessary information for the proper
implementation of the treaties in place,
3. Urges a prescreening process of a nation seeking nuclear energy power plants by
the IAEA to ensure that they have the capacity and the infrastructure of the power
plants to be utilized correctly without being threatened by subnational groups;
4. Authorizes the use of IAEA inspections every two years on any state with nuclear
materials, further promoting cooperation, gradient transparency, and
accountability, but understanding that this set timeframe is adaptable and can be
changed on a case-by-case basis by evaluation of IAEA members;
a. Requests reports given by non-partisan third parties to report to the IAEA
and respective member countries every two years to further ensure
transparency;
b. Encourages said reports to contain information regarding nuclear fuel
concentration levels to ensure nuclear programs do not hold the capability
of weaponization;
c. Encourages countries to report their manufacturing, maintenance, and
exporting of nuclear-related materials and technologies to the international
community;

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d. Encourages information specifying the location of nuclear fuel-cycle and


nuclear waste dumping related research and development activities,
carried out in the country but not sponsored by the state,
e. Calls for short-notice inspections by the IAEA;
Encourages training of police and intelligence forces by a third party such as the
IAEA focused on stopping nuclear smuggling;
Calls upon the cooperation of states around the world to ensure that they have,
a. units of their national police forces trained and equipped to deal with
nuclear smuggling cases, and other law enforcement personnel that are
trained to call in reinforcements if needed;
b. effectively enforced laws on the books, and ensuring that theft and
smuggling of nuclear weapons or weapon usable materials, including
nuclear terrorism, are all crimes
c. standard operating procedures;
Resolves to stay active in the matter;
a. Trusts the international community and all Member-States with Nuclear
power with the great responsibility that they hold.
Encourages maintaining stringency on confidentiality of findings of the
information collected by the neutral body of IAEA;
a. With a focus on cybersecurity regarding this information in order to
prevent the subnational groups from having open access its database;
Calls upon the partnership with the IAEA and the private manufacturers to ensure
that the subnational groups do not have access to the nuclear material in transport;
a. Including measures such as requesting transparency on their production
and periodic inspections to make sure that the manufacturers are also
following the protocols of non-proliferation