UNODA Occasional Papers No.12: United Nations Seminar on Implementing UN Security Council Resolution 1540 in Africa, May 2007
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UNODA Occasional Papers No.12: United Nations Seminar on Implementing UN Security Council Resolution 1540 in Africa, May 2007

ODA Occasional Papers is a series of ad hoc publications presenting, in edited form, some of the papers or statements made at international meetings, symposia, seminars or workshops organized by the Office for Disarmament Affairs or its regional centres. The UN Seminar on “Implementing the UNSC Resolution 1540 (2004) in Africa” was aimed at raising awareness about the obligations and requirements of the Resolution and at increasing and facilitating cooperation and assistance in implementing it at the national and regional levels.
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John Patrick Ochieng

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Having suffered immediate and residual effects from two terrorist attacks, Kenya recognizes first-hand the urgent need for regional and global security. Strategies underway to combat the scourge of violence include legislative measures to control the proliferation of small arms and light weapons, regional partnerships to secure borders and collaboration with civil society on conflict management and arms control. Kenya, is calling for further assistance and cooperation at the regional and international levels, to combat threats posed by the proliferation of illicit weapons.