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National annual reporting on compliance



Pursuant to the relevant decisions by the Third Review Conference and the 2007 Meeting of the High Contracting Parties on the establishment of a compliance mechanism applicable to the Convention, the High Contracting Parties undertook to submit annual national reports on:

(a) Dissemination of information on the Convention and its annexed Protocols to their armed forces and to the civilian population;
(b) Steps taken to meet the relevant technical requirements of the Convention and its annexed Protocols and any other relevant information pertaining thereto;
(c) Legislation related to the Convention and its annexed Protocols;
(d) Measures taken on technical co-operation and assistance; and
(e) Other relevant matters.

The annual reports are reproduced in a Compliance Reports Database, and, as a general rule, are accessible to the public, unless otherwise indicated by the High Contracting Party submitting the report.

The following Reporting Forms were adopted and recommend for use by the High Contracting Parties for submission of their national reports:


The Fourth Review Conference called on all High Contracting Parties to submit compliance reports, the Chairperson of the annual meetings of High Contracting Parties was tasked with encouraging higher rates of reporting, and the deadline for the submission of compliance reports was changed to 31 March of each calendar year.

Wherever possible, reports should be submitted electronically to ccw@un.org.

Compliance reports in paper format can be sent to the following address:

Office for Disarmament Affairs
Geneva Branch
United Nations Office at Geneva
Palais des Nations, Office C-119
CH-1211 Geneva 10
Switzerland


A note verbale by the Secretary-General inviting the High Contracting Parties to provide their annual national reports on the implementation of the Convention and all its protocols was circulated, as follows:



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