Produktionsverbot von Spaltmaterial - Beschlüsse
 
Anlage 1

 

Resolution A/RES/48/75 L der Generalversammlung der Vereinten Nationen vom 16. Dezember 1993:

Prohibition of the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or or other nuclear explosive devices

The General Assembly,

Welcoming the significant progress in reducing nuclear-weapon arsenals as evidenced by the substantive bilateral agreements between the Russian Federation and the United States of America and their respective unilateral undertakings regarding the disposition of fissile material,

Welcoming also the initiative of the United States of America concerning a multilateral, internationally and effectively verifiable treaty on the prohibition of the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices,

Welcoming further the decision taken by the Conference on Disarmament on 10 August 1993 to give its Ad Hoc Committee on a Nuclear Test Ban a mandate to negotiate a universal and internationally and effectively verifiable comprehensive nuclear-test-ban treaty, and fully endorsing the contents of that decision,

Convinced that a non-discriminatory, multilateral and internationally and effectively verifiable treaty banning the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices would be a significant contribution to nuclear non-proliferation in all its aspects,

1. Recommends the negotiation in the most appropriate international forum of a non-discriminatory, multilateral and internationally and effectively verifiable treaty banning the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosiveness;

2. Requests the International Atomic Energy Agency to provide assistance for examination of verification arrangements for such a treaty as required;

3. Calls upon all States to demonstrate their commitment to the objectives of a non-discriminatory, multilateral and internationally and effectively verifiable treaty banning the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices;

4. Decides to include in the provisional agenda of its forty-ninth session an item entitled "Prohibition of the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices " .

 
Anlage 2

 

Mandat der Genfer Abrüstungskonferenz vom 24. März 1995 auf Grundlage der Resolution A/RES/48/75 L der Generalversammlung der Vereinten Nationen:

The Conference on Disarmament decides to establish an ad hoc committee on a "ban on the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices".

2. The Conference directs the Ad Hoc Committee to negotiate a non-discriminatory, multilateral and internationally and effectively verifiable treaty banning the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices.

The Ad Hoc Committee will report to the Conference on Disarmament on the progress of its work before the conclusion of the 1995 session.

 
Anlage 3

 

Beschluss der Genfer Abrüstungskonferenz vom 11. August 1998 zur Einsetzung eines Ad-hoc-Ausschusses:

Decision on the establishment of an ad hoc committee under item 1 of the agenda entitled "Cessation of the nuclear arms race and nuclear disarmament"

The Conference on Disarmament decides to establish under item 1 of its agenda entitled "cessation of the nuclear arms race and nuclear disarmament'' an ad hoc committee which shall negotiate, on the basis of the report of the Special Coordinator (CD/1299 in Anlage 2 ) and the mandate contained therein, a non-discriminatory, multilateral and internationally and effectively verifiable treaty banning the production of fissile material for nuclear weapans or other nuclear explosive devices.

The Ad Hoc Committee shall present a report to the Conference on Disarmament on the progress of its work before the conclusion of the 1998 session.

 
Anlage 4 

 

Erklärung der EU in der Genfer Abrüstungskonferenz vom 6. September 1999:

Declaration of the European Union on the FMCT

The Central and Eastern European countries associated with the European Union (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia) and the associated countries Cyprus and Malta align themselves with this declaration.

As the 1999 session of the Conference on Disarmament is drawing to its conclusion, the European Union and the associated countries assure their support to the efforts of the President of the Conference on Disarmament to come to an agreement to start substantive work as soon as possible. At the same time they appreciate the work done by the previous Presidents in this difficult issue.

The Fissile Material Cut-off Treaty has been the long-standing goal of the international community. In 1993, the General Assembly of the United Nations unanimously recommended negotiations on a FMCT. In the decision on "Principles and Objectives for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament" the States Parties to the Non-Proliferation Treaty unanimously recognised the importance of such negotiations in the full realization and effective implementation of article VI of the NPT. In 1995, and again in 1998, the Conference on Disarmament decided to establish an ad hoc committee. The General Assembly of the United Nations unanimously welcomed this decision in 1998 and encouraged the Conference on Disarmament to re-establish this ad hoc committee at the beginning of the 1999 session.

The European Union believes that a non-discriminatory, multilateral and internationally and effectively verifiable Fissile Material Cut-off Treaty constitutes, after the CTBT, a major step towards the achievement of both the nuclear non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament objectives envisaged in the NPT document on principles and objectives.

The European Union is convinced that a FMCT, by irreversibly limiting the fissile material stockpiles available for use in nuclear weapons and by establishing an effective verification system, will strengthen the international nuclear non-proliferation regime and will constitute a significant step towards the realization and effective implementation af article VI of the NPT. In view of the agreement in the CD in August 1998 to establish an ad hoc committee on FMCT, it is incumbent on the CD to take an early decision to resume these negotiations.

The Member States of the European Union and the associated countries have a very clear position and objective: they will continue to work strenuously for the FMCT, they are ready to participate in negotiations on such a treaty actively and constructively and they will promote an early and successful outcome of negotiations.

The EU is of the view that the negotiations should start immediately and efforts should be pursued vigorously to reach an agreement on the remaining elements of a substantive programme of work.

 
Anlage 5 

Schlussdokument der NVV-Überprüfungskonferenz 2000

Art. VI, par. 15: The Conference agrees on the following practical steps for the systematic and progressive efforts  to implement Article VI of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and paragraphs  3 and 4(c) of the 1995 Decision on "Principles and Objectives for Nuclear Non-Proliferation and  Disarmament": . 3. The necessitiy of negotiations in the Conference on Disarmament on a non-discriminatory, multilateral and internationally and effectively verifiable treaty banning the production of fissile material for nuclear weapons or other nuclear explosive devices in accordance with the statement of the Special Coordinator in 1995 and the mandate contained therein, taking into consideration both nuclear disarmament and nuclear non-proliferation objectives. The Conference on Disarmament is urged to agree on a programm of work which includes the immediate commencement of negotiations on such a treaty with a view to their conclusion within five years.