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  • 2000 NPT RevCon final document notes that Israel is the only state in the Middle East outside the treaty

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    League of Arab States and UNIDIR hold a conference in Cairo on “Building a WMD Free Zone in the Middle East” exploring its prospects and the experience of other nuclear-weapon-free zones

  • 2003 NPT PrepCom reaffirms the importance of the 1995 Resolution on the Middle East

  • Arab Group draft resolution at the UN Security Council calls on all Middle Eastern states to accede to all arms control and non-proliferation regimes

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  • 2005 NPT RevCon fails to agree on a consensus document due to disagreement over the ME WMDFZ issue among other issues

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  • League of Arab States registers its objection to the Gulf Cooperation Council Gulf WMDFZ initiative

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  • Gulf Cooperation Council announces an initiative for a Gulf WMDFZ

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  • IAEA Board of Governors resolution recognizes that a solution to the Iranian issue would contribute to realizing a ME WMDFZ

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  • League of Arab States summit expresses deep concern over the failure of the 2005 NPT RevCon

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  • Consensus on the “Application of IAEA Safeguards in the Middle East” Resolution is broken in the IAEA

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  • Arab Group working paper at the 2008 NPT PrepCom outlines steps to be taken to promote the implementation of the 1995 Resolution on the Middle East

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  • Paris Summit for the Mediterranean issues a joint declaration supporting the establishment of a mutually and effectively verifiable ME WMDFZ

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  • Russia proposes holding a conference to consider the prospects of implementation of the ME WMDFZ in a statement at the 2009 NPT PrepCom

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