2020 Mine Ban Treaty Intersessional Meetings
30 June-2 July, Geneva, Switzerland (virtual)
ICBL Delegation at the Fourth Review Conference on a Mine Free World
The Mine Ban Treaty 2020 Intersessional Meetings will take place June 30-2 July. The meetings will be conducted online this year in light of COVID-19 response measures.
The Intersessional Meetings - one of two official Meetings of States Parties this year - are an opportunity for States and civil society partners to assess progress on the Oslo Action Plan, adopted at the November 2019 Fourth Review Conference on a Mine Free World.
You can view a livestream of the meeting here (for those not participating in the meeting).
Click here to see the full Intersessional Meetings programme.
Key areas of discussion this year include:
- Reaffirming committments to 2025 completion targets
- Discussion on Explosive Ordnance Risk Education (EORE) reflecting recent casualty trends
- The significant impact of mines of an improvised nature and States' obligation to address these under the Treaty
- Discussion of compliance issues including: delays in Stockpile Destruction and Clearance, and Mines Retained for Training
- Review of States' progress on indicator outlined in Oslo Action Plan
You can see the complete side event programme here.
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