Disarmament and International Security Passes Resolution Concerning the Use of Biological Weapons Against Non-Combatant

February 16, 2018


10:00 a.m.

One Cleveland Center



DISEC has passed a resolution submitted by Yemen concerning the use of biological weapons against non-combatant citizens. This resolution supports the expanding of research and effects of biological weapons. The committee also recognizes that there should be stricter border control to reduce the amount of imported biological weapons, along with the addition of biological assistance centers being added to hospitals. A main key to keep this resolution effective will be communication between various delegations to ensure the safety of their people being affected by these weapons.


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