OSCE Forum for Security Cooperation briefed on ISACS

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"Having international standards as a global reference point is […] a useful way to encourage regional standards and guidelines to converge when they are being updated and revised. This allows regional best practices to remain closely attuned with the specific needs and capacities of States in the region while, at the same time, increasing the cross-regional compatibility and coherence of strategies to address the illicit trade, uncontrolled proliferation and misuse of SALW."

ISACS briefing to the 695th Meeting of the OSCE Forum for Security Cooperation