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High Contracting Parties and Signatories


The Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons currently has a total
of 125 States parties and 4 signatories.

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UN Member States which are not parties to the CCW
Andorra EthiopiaMyanmarThailand
Angola FijiNamibiaTimor-Leste
AzerbaijanGhanaOmanTrinidad and Tobago
Barbados GuyanaPapua New GuineaUnited Republic of Tanzania
Belize HaitiRwandaVanuatu
BhutanIndonesiaSaint Kitts and NevisYemen
Botswana Iran, Islamic Republic ofSaint LuciaZimbabwe
Brunei Darussalam KenyaSamoa
Central African RepublicKiribatiSan Marino
Chad KyrgyzstanSao Tome and Principe
Congo MalawiSolomon Islands
Democratic People's Republic of Korea MalaysiaSomalia
Democratic Republic of the CongoMarshall IslandsSouth Sudan
Equatorial GuineaMicronesia, Federated States ofSwaziland
EritreaMozambiqueSyrian Arab Republic

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The High Contracting Parties to the Convention on Certain Conventional Weapons have organized themselves into a number of groups to facilitate their representation in the CCW meetings, as well as their preparations and discussions. The membership of these groups differs from those found in other forums, despite the similar names. Each group has a coordinator who may speak on behalf of the group and is responsible for organizing and chair meetings of that group.

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