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"Asia and the Arms Trade Treaty" - Panel Discussion on India's and Asia's role in the ongoing United Nation Process towards an International Arms Trade Treaty organized by CAFI at the United Nations Headquarters in New York on 10 July 2009

Updated: Saturday, July 11, 2009

"Asia and the Arms Trade Treaty" - Panel Discussion at United Nations Headquarters in New York, 10 July 2009

"Asia and the Arms T...
Binalakshmi Nepram (right), Secretary General CAFI, with Smt. Swadesh Rana, former Chief of United Nations Conventional Arms Branch, during the Panel Discussion "Asia and the Arms Trade Treaty" at UN Headquarters New York, 10 July 2009

Binalakshmi Nepram (...
Smt. Swadesh Rana (right), former Chief of United Nations Conventional Arms Branch, with Shri Vipul, Ministry of External Affairs, Government of India, at thr CAFI Panel Discussion at UN Headquarters, 10 July 2009

Smt. Swadesh Rana (r...
Mr Fred Lubang, Non-Violence International, Mr Tak Mashiko, United Nations Office of Disarmament, Smt. Swadesh Rana and Ms Binalakshmi Nepram (from left) during the CAFI Panel Discussion at UN Headquarters, 10 July 2009

Mr Fred Lubang, Non-...
Mr Fred Lubang, Non-Violence International, Mr Tak Mashiko, United Nations Office of Disarmament, Smt. Swadesh Rana and Ms Binalakshmi Nepram (from left) during the CAFI Panel Discussion at UN Headquarters, 10 July 2009

Mr Fred Lubang, Non-...
Participants of the CAFI Panel Discussion at United Nations Headquarters in New York, 10 July 2009

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