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CBM Returns from 2000 onwards

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This page lists those States Parties which have submitted Confidence-Building Measure reports in accordance with decisions of BWC Review Conferences. Where States Parties have consented to their CBMs being publicly available, these can be accessed by clicking the country name.




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  1. Albania
  2. Australia
  3. Austria
  4. Azerbaijan
  5. Belarus
  6. Belgium
  7. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  8. Bulgaria
  9. Brazil
  10. Canada (English version, French version)
  11. Chile
  12. China
  13. Colombia
  14. Cuba
  15. Denmark
  16. Finland
  17. Georgia
  18. Germany
  19. Iraq
  20. Japan
  21. Jordan
  22. Latvia
  23. Liechtenstein
  24. Madagascar
  25. Malaysia
  26. Malta
  27. Montenegro
  28. Netherlands
  29. Nicaragua
  30. Norway
  31. Portugal
  32. Qatar
  33. Republic of Korea
  34. Russian Federation
  35. Saudi Arabia
  36. Serbia
  37. Singapore
  38. Slovakia
  39. Slovenia
  40. South Africa
  41. Switzerland
  42. Ukraine
  43. United Kingdom
  44. United States
  45. Uzbekistan


CBM Statistics for the Reporting Year 2016 (status as of 28/04/2017)

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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.