Committee: United Nations Office of Disarmament AffairsMain Submitter: IranCo-sponsors: Syria, PLOSignatories: Libya, Malaysia, Pakistan, Sweden, South Africa, Argentina, Ukraine, Kosovo)
The General Assembly,
the importance of national sovereignty and territorial integrity of each state asstated in the United Nations Charter,
the important role of the international community in enforcing regional andinternational security,
by the abuse of foreign military bases,
nations to reconsider the need of Foreign Military Bases in the modern era,
that the Foreign Military Bases will not dissolve all at once,
the consequences that the judicial loopholes of Status of Force Agreements might cause on host nations,1.
nations to respect every single nation’s law and security measures
nations to stop any further establishment of any type of Foreign MilitaryBases;3.
establishing a timeline to gradually phase out Foreign Military Bases,especially military bases that serve the purpose of fighting on battlefields;4.
further discussion in reforming the Status of Force Agreements to establish aclearer and fairer guideline and mode of conduct to ensure rights of host nations;5.
nations to regulate the behaviour of forces outside the base should any criminaloffense arise, by means including but not limited to:a.
Abolish the immunity of soldiers outside the Foreign Military Bases so as that they will abide by the law;b.
Allow all host nations to hold the highest rights of jurisdiction should the needarise;6.
all nations to limit and regulate the amount and types of weapons allowed in aForeign Military Base, including but not limited to:a.
heavy weapons , such as recoilless weapons, mortars, or;b.
weapons of mass destruction, such as nuclear materials, ballistic missiles;