Towards the end of the second week of the UN General Assembly First Committee, Suriname and Guinea-Bissau deposited their instruments of ratification to the UN in quick succession, bringing the tally of States Parties to the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) to 99.

Amb. Kārkliņš, Suriname’s Charge d’Affaires Kitty Sweeb, Control Arms Director Anna Macdonald, & Folade Mutota, Executive Director of WINAD

Amb. Kārkliņš & Amb. João Soares da Gama of Guinea-Bissau











Jānis Kārkliņš, Latvia’s Ambassador to the UN in Geneva and President of the ATT Fifth Conference of States Parties, welcomed the recent accessions, and encouraged states to become the 100th State Party in the #SprintTo100.

Amb. Jānis Kārkliņš

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