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News on Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism
Jill Marie Parillo
May 7, 2009
Included in a statement by Morocco’s Ambassador, S.E.M. Mohammed Loulichki at the PrepCom are next steps for the Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism.
"Morocco signed on to the objectives and principles of the Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism and hosted the inaugural meeting, on October 30, 2006 in Rabat (Morocco). This initiative supported by 76 countries aims to reinforce the international effort to combat the risk of nuclear terrorism. Three years after the launching of this Initiative, Morocco will organize, on June 3, 2009, in Rabat, an international seminar on the prevention of illicit trade of nuclear and radioactive materials. This Seminar will be a strong contribution to the work of the annual meeting of the Global Initiative to be held June 16 and 17 at the Hague."
This is translated from his statement, which is still only in French, but can be found here.
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