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CBM Returns

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This page provides a summary of submissions by State Parties under the Confidence-Building Measures established at the Second Review Conference.

States Parties which previously formed part of another state (for example, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, formerly Czechoslovakia) are counted as having participated whenever the former state participated. This has been done on the grounds that the information submitted at the time presumably includes data on the territory that later became the new state. The figures for total submissions may therefore differ slightly from those in other reports.


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  1. Argentina (in Spanish)
  2. Armenia
  3. Australia
  4. Austria
  5. Bangladesh
  6. Belarus (in Russian)
  7. Belgium (in French)
  8. Brazil
  9. Brunei Darussalam
  10. Bulgaria
  11. Canada
  12. Chile (in Spanish)
  13. China (in Chinese)
  14. Croatia
  15. Cuba (in Spanish)
  16. Cyprus
  17. Czech Republic
  18. Denmark
  19. Ecuador (in Spanish)
  20. Estonia
  21. Finland
  22. France (in French)
  23. Georgia
  24. Germany
  25. Greece
  26. Hungary
  27. India
  28. Iran (Islamic Republic of)
  29. Ireland
  30. Italy
  31. Japan
  32. Jordan
  33. Kyrgyzstan (in Russian)
  34. Latvia
  35. Lebanon (in Arabic)
  36. Libyan Arab Jamahiriya (in Arabic)
  37. Lithuania
  38. Luxembourg
  39. Malta
  40. Mauritius
  41. Mexico (in Spanish - Part 1 & Part 2)
  42. Morocco
  43. Netherlands
  44. New Zealand
  45. Nigeria
  46. Norway
  47. Poland
  48. Portugal
  49. Republic of Korea
  50. Romania
  51. Russian Federation (in Russian)
  52. San Marino
  53. Senegal (in French)
  54. Serbia
  55. Slovakia
  56. Slovenia
  57. South Africa
  58. Spain (in Spanish)
  59. Sweden
  60. Switzerland
  61. Tunisia (in French)
  62. Turkey
  63. Ukraine (in Russian)
  64. United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
  65. United States of America
  66. Uzbekistan (in Russian)
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  1. Albania
  2. Argentina
  3. Armenia
  4. Australia
  5. Austria
  6. Azerbaijan
  7. Bangladesh
  8. Belarus
  9. Belgium
  10. Bhutan
  11. Brazil
  12. Bulgaria
  13. Canada
  14. Chile
  15. China
  16. Croatia
  17. Cuba
  18. Czech Republic
  19. Denmark
  20. Estonia
  21. Finland
  22. France
  23. Georgia
  24. Germany
  25. Hungary
  26. India
  27. Indonesia
  28. Iran
  29. Iraq
  30. Ireland
  31. Italy
  32. Japan
  33. Kenya
  34. Latvia
  35. Lebanon
  36. Libyan Arab Jamahiriya
  37. Liechtenstein
  38. Lithuania
  39. Luxembourg
  40. Malaysia
  41. Malta
  42. Mexico
  43. Morocco
  44. Netherlands
  45. New Zealand
  46. Norway
  47. Poland
  48. Portugal
  49. Qatar
  50. Republic of Korea
  51. Republic of Moldova
  52. Romania
  53. Russia
  54. Senegal
  55. Serbia
  56. Slovakia
  57. Slovenia
  58. South Africa
  59. Spain
  60. Sweden
  61. Switzerland
  62. Thailand
  63. The former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia
  64. Tunisia
  65. Turkey
  66. Ukraine
  67. United Arab Emirates
  68. United Kingdom
  69. United States
  70. Uzbekistan
  71. Yemen
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Improving the CBMs

The ISU would be interested in receiving any perspectives on any obstacles to participating in the CBMs, or improvements that might be made to the current system. Such ideas can be fed into ongoing efforts to streamline taking part in the CBMs and improving their utility to States Parties.