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2002

2002

CND

Resolution 45/1
Human immunodeficiency virus/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in the context of drug abuse
Resolution 45/2
Enhanced measures for international cooperation in the control of illicit drugs
Resolution 45/3
Efforts to reduce the impact of illicit drug demand on organized crime
Resolution 45/4
Controlled delivery
Resolution 45/5
Provisions regarding travellers under treatment with internationally controlled drugs
Resolution 45/6
Measures to promote the exchange of information on new patterns of drug use and on substances consumed
Resolution 45/7
Preparations for the ministerial -level segment of the forty-sixth session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs, relating to the follow-up to the twentieth special session of the General Assembly
Resolution 45/8
Control of cannabis in Africa
Resolution 45/9
Connections between organized criminal groups traffi cking in drugs and those involved in other types of illicit trafficking: special investigative techniques to counteract such criminality
Resolution 45/10
Strengthening international cooperation in the control of opium poppy cultivation
Resolution 45/11
Improving the exchange of electronic information among Member States and communication with international organizations
Resolution 45/12
Diversion of precursors and prompt reporting to the competent authorities of the countries of origin and the countries of transit and the International Narcotics Control Board
Resolution 45/13
Optimizing systems for collecting information and identifying the best practices to counter the demand for illicit drugs
Resolution 45/14
The role of alternative development in drug control and development cooperation
Resolution 45/15
Reducing demand for illicit drugs
Resolution 45/16
Illicit drug supply and trafficking in Arab States
Resolution 45/17
Strengthening the United Nations International Drug Control Programme and the role of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs as its governing body