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SUBJECT: JCIC-XXVII: (U) KAZAKHSTANI CLOSING PLENARY
STATEMENT, NOVEMBER 9, 2005
Classified By: Jerry A. Taylor, U.S. Representative to
the Joint Compliance and Inspection Commission (JCIC).
Reasons: 1.4 (b) and (d).
Â¶1. (U) This is JCIC-XXVII-051.
Â¶2. (U) The text at paragraph 3 is the official translation
of the Kazakhstani statement that was delivered at the
closing plenary meeting of Part II of the Twenty-seventh
Session of the Start Treaty's Joint Compliance and Inspection
Commission (JCIC), held at the Russian Mission on November 9,
Â¶3. (S) Begin text:
by K. Abuseitov, Ambassador to Switzerland,
Permanent Representative of the Republic of Kazakhstan
to the UN and Other International Organizations in Geneva
at the Closing of the Twenty-seventh Session of the
Joint Compliance and Inspection Commission
Under the START Treaty
Geneva, November 9, 2005
Esteemed Meeting Participants,
First, allow me to offer greetings and congratulations
to you all upon the successful conclusion of the
Twenty-seventh Session of the Joint Compliance and Inspection
Commission under the START Treaty.
I would like to note the high productivity of the
session just passed. The participants adopted eight
documents, including a Coordinated Statement on Trident II
reentry vehicle inspections. Thus, a big step forward has
been taken in terms of strict compliance with the START
Treaty and the inspection activity associated with it.
The value of the constructive and productive interaction
of the delegations in this important disarmament area has
particular significance against the background of the
failures this year in other areas of the global disarmament
The regular NPT Review Conference ended without results,
participants in the UN Anniversary Summit were not able to
agree upon the provisions of a final document on
nonproliferation and disarmament, and a deadlock still exists
in terms of the CTBT.
In this context Kazakhstan thinks that the five-party
cooperation under the START Treaty has an important place in
strengthening global stability and is prepared to support in
every way the negotiation process in this format.
We look forward to future constructive interaction by
the delegations. It is completely natural that there are
points of contention, issues which should be discussed and
agreed upon. At the same time, we hope that those points
will be settled in a constructive spirit and through mutual
understanding. The delegation of Kazakhstan will completely
support such an approach.
Thank you for your attention.
Â¶4. (U) Taylor sends.