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The Disarmament and International Security Committee (DISEC) is meeting to discuss two critical issues affecting global security: preventing non-state actors from acquiring weapons of mass destruction and eliminating international drug trafficking and corruption.


The first agenda item will focus on the growing concern of non-state actors obtaining weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear, chemical, and biological weapons. The committee aims to develop strategies to prevent the proliferation of these weapons and to enhance international cooperation to address the risks posed by non-state actors.


The second agenda item will address the challenges posed by international drug trafficking and corruption. This illicit trade has significant implications for security, development, and human rights, and it undermines global efforts to promote peace and stability. The committee will explore ways to eliminate drug trafficking and corruption, including strengthening international cooperation, improving law enforcement capacity, and enhancing public awareness of the harms of drug use.

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