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Organization of American States (OAS) Relevant Resolutions 2002

-Declarations and Resolutions Adopted by the OAS General Assembly at Its 32nd Regular Session 2002

-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1874 (XXXII-O/02): Inter-American Convention Against the Illicit Manufacturing of and Trafficking in Firearms, Ammunition, Explosives, and Other Related Materials
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1875 (XXXII-O/02): Support for Action Against Mines in Peru and Ecuador
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1876 (XXXII-O/02): Inter-American Support for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1877 (XXXII-O/02): Support for the Work of the Inter-American Committee Against Terrorism
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1878 (XXXII-O/02): Support for the Program of Integral Action Against Antipersonnel Mines in Central America
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1879 (XXXII-O/02): Confidence- and Security-Building in The Americas
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1880 (XXXII-O/02): Summit-Mandated Meeting of Experts on Confidence- and Security-Building Measures in the Region
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1881 (XXXII-O/02): Inter-American Convention on Transparency in Conventional Weapons Acquisitions
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1885 (XXXII-O/02): Natural Disaster Reduction
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1886 (XXXII-O/02): Special Security Concerns of Small Island States of the Caribbean
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1887 (XXXII-O/02): Limitation of Military Spending
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1888 (XXXII-O/02): Proliferation of and Illicit Trafficking in Small Arms and Light Weapons
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1889 (XXXII-O/02): The Western Hemisphere as an Antipersonnel-Land-Mine-Free Zone
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1903 (XXXII-O/02): Consolidation of the Regime Established in the Treaty for the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons in Latin America and the Caribbean (Treaty of Tlatelolco)
-06/04/02   AG/RES. 1908 (XXXII-O/02): Special Conference on Security
-06/03/02   AG/RES. 1840 (XXXII-O/02): Inter-American Convention Against Terrorism


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