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International Partnership for Nuclear Disarmament Verification (IPNDV) Fifth Plenary Meeting

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The International Partnership for Nuclear Disarmament Verification (IPNDV) will hold its fifth plenary meeting in Buenos
Aires, Argentina. Hosted by Argentina’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs and
Worship, NTI President Joan Rohlfing and Vice President Andrew Bieniawski will
join Acting Assistant Secretary of State for Arms Control, Verification and
Compliance Anita Friedt and officials from Partner countries. The meeting will
focus on the conclusions of Phase I of the Partnership’s effort to build
international capacity for, and understanding of, nuclear disarmament
verification. 

This plenary meeting will review the Phase
I results of the Partnership’s three working groups on monitoring and
verification objectives, on-site inspections, and technical challenges and
solutions. The discussions held over the last two years represent a
realistic attempt to understand the challenges inherent in nuclear disarmament
verification and begin to develop solutions to those challenges. The
Partnership will also discuss a work program for its next two-year Phase II,
which will expand on the work done in Phase I. After the conclusion of the
plenary, the Partnership will launch a new website to promote its work.

For further information, please contact the AVC
Press Team at
[email protected] or Cathy Gwin, [email protected].  Join the conversation on Twitter at
#IPNDV and click here
 for more information on the Partnership.

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