Anti-Terrorism Committees Brief Security Council on Measures and Threats

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“The chairmen of the three anti-terrorism committees briefed the Security Council today on recent measures undertaken to tackle the global scourge, with one chair highlighting the danger of non-State actors gaining access to weapons of mass destruction, and another saying that closer ties with Interpol had increased effectiveness.

Peter Burian, Chairman of the so-called “1540” Committee named after its Security Council resolution, warned that “all States were vulnerable to being used by non-State actors who might want to gain access to weapons of mass destruction and their means of delivery.” [Read more]

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UN Action Against Terrorism