COLONMUN 2008

Disarmament and International Security

DRAFT RESOLUTION B-1
Contemplating the General Assembly First Commission; Having considered that the Nuclear Weapon Free Zone concept is defining suitable zone areas, such that zone neighbours are not considered nuclear threats, concerned about this issue; Bearing in mind countries have signed several treaties recognizing a variety of nuclear weapon free zone, such as: The Treaty of Tlatelolco, Antarctic Treaty, The Bangkok Treaty, The Treaty of Pelindaba, among others. Deeply concerned about the actual situation of the World, The Disarmament and International Security Commission establish: 1. Further invites every country that has a participation in the DISC will establish a 10% of their territory as a Nuclear Weapon Free Zone. a. The country will be able to decide where the NWFZ will be located. b. In case of being a NWFZ or having a higher percentage of its territory, this point will not be taken into consideration. c. If a country already has a lower percentage of its territory as a NWFZ, than the one specified in this point, must complete the required percentage.

2. Endorses every Nuclear Weapon State to establish a Nuclear Energy Central which will use as first resource the Uranium and/or Plutonium from the Nuclear Weapon materials disarmament. a. The following countries will provide the needed technology and resources to create the Nuclear Energy Centrals: The United States of America, The Russian Federation, Japan, People’s Republic of China, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, The French Republic, Iraq, Iran and The Republic of India.

3. Designate all the countries that use or test Nuclear Weapon armaments in a determined zone, is responsible for the after effects on the people and the environment. They must respond to the damage done in that determined zone (whether is inside their frontiers or outside them). The responsible countries, before using and testing, must develop a Health and Security Program, which will provide: - 1-

COLONMUN 2008
Disarmament and International Security

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Medical services in the affected zone. Social attendance. Evacuation in case possible uncontrolled situation. Designate IAEA experts to the following countries: The United States of America, The Russian Federation, Japan, People’s Republic of China, Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, The French Republic, Iraq, Iran and The Republic of India; in order to verify the accomplishment of this agreement.

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