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Promoting responsibility in international transfers of conventional arms

Eighth Conference of States Parties to the
Arms Trade Treaty (CSP8)

 

22 - 26 August 2022

Information regarding CSP8 will be posted on the website in due course.

CSP8 (forthcoming)

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CSP7 Final Report

The Final Report of CSP7 was adopted on 02 September 2021 and is available here:



EU Council Decision to support ATT implementation

On 16 April 2021, the Council of the European Union adopted a decision to give support for activities of the ATT Secretariat in support of implementation of the ATT.

The Status of Contributions

The status of contributions as at 30 August 2021 is available here.






The ATT rollover register as at 30 October 2020 is available here.













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The Arms Trade Treaty

The Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) is an international treaty that regulates the international trade in conventional arms and seeks to prevent and eradicate illicit trade and diversion of conventional arms by establishing international standards governing arms transfers.

The Treaty came into force on 24 December 2014. At this stage the Treaty has a total of 110 States Parties and 31 States that have signed but not yet ratified the Treaty.

Status of ATT Participation

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Current President



H. E. Thomas GÖBEL
Ambassador and Permanent Representative of Germany to the Conference on Dsiarmament
GENEVA

President (photo forthcoming)

Thomas GÖBEL

Ambassador (Germany)

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