The risk to global security posed by weapons of mass destruction - nuclear, biological and chemical weapons - is serious. The EU Strategy Against Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction was agreed in 2003. It sets out a comprehensive list of measures to counter the risk, though its implementation is still at an early stage. This report examines: the scope of the strategy; how the EU can best add value to the campaign against proliferation; whether the EU is well organised and adequately resourced for clear and coherent implementation of the strategy. The cornerstone to the strategy is multilateralism, and the EU has an important role to play in helping to strengthen global regimes. Member states, through the Council of Ministers, should identify priorities and direct resources towards areas in which it can best assist the work of international organisations. The Committee finds that resources for the strategy are currently inadequate.
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