5th Meeting, 2nd Part of Second Review Conference of the Convention on Cluster Munitions
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The second part of the 2RC

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Reaffirming the determination to put an end to the suffering caused by cluster munitions(item 7 of the agenda) (continued) 
Consideration of requests submitted under Article 3 and Article 4 of the Convention (item 10 of the agenda)10. Final considerations regarding the granting of extension requests under Article 3 and Article 4 of the Convention. Dates, duration and preparation of future meetings (item 11 of the agenda)11. Confirmation of H.E. Mr.Aidan Liddle, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland to the Conference on Disarmament as the President of the Tenth Meeting of States Parties12. Designation of H.E. Mr. Abdul-Karim Hashim Mostafa, Ambassador and Permanent Representative of the Republic of Iraq to the United Nations Office and the other international organizations in Geneva as the President of the Eleventh Meeting of States Parties; 13. Date, duration, venue sand financial arrangements for the organisation of the Tenth Meeting of States Parties.
Recommendation for Adoption of the final documents (item 12 of the agenda) CCM/CONF/2021/4314.
The President will make a presentation of the Final Document of the
Second Review Conference of States Parties. Other matters (item 13 of
the agenda)15. This is an open agenda item that provides an
opportunity for delegations to raise any other matters that do not fall
under the agenda items. Adoption of the Final Document of the meeting
(item 14 of the agenda)16. The President will submit the
Final Document of the Second Review Conference of States Parties for
adoption. Closure of the 2nd Review Conference of States Parties (item
15 of the agenda)17. Under this item the President will
invite the United Kingdom, President of the Tenth Meeting of States
Parties to make remarks looking ahead to the work of States Parties
and other stakeholders during the period up to the Tenth Meeting of
States Parties. 18. The President will then deliver the concluding remarks and close the meeting.