General exchange of views
In keeping with the practices used at previous meetings, and given the need for ample time to be made available to discuss Article 5 extension requests and the ISU evaluation, the 10MSP President-Designate has discouraged delegations from delivering statements of a general nature. In lieu of delivering general oral statements, delegations, may, if they wish, distribute written statements.
Article 5 extension requests
Requesting States Parties should prepare presentations on the key aspects of their extension requests. These presentations will be followed by the President of the Second Review Conference presenting an analysis of each request.
International cooperation and assistance
The 10MSP will feature a discussion in follow up to the 25 June 2010 Special Session on International Cooperation and Assistance. To prepare for this item, delegations may wish to review the background papers that were prepared for the June session, the relevant portions of the draft Geneva Progress Report 2009-2010, and any additional papers that may be prepared on this matter in advance of the 10MSP.
Assisting the victims
States Parties that have indicated that they are responsible for significant numbers of landmine survivors, may wish to consider providing brief updates on steps they have taken to apply actions #23 through #33 of the Cartagena Action Plan.
Clearing mined areas
States Parties, that have been granted an extension to their initial mine clearance deadlines, may wish to provide brief updates on how they are proceeding with implementation, in accordance with the commitments made in their extension requests and the decisions taken on their requests.
Destroying stockpiled anti-personnel mines
States Parties that have missed their deadlines for completion of stockpile destruction obligations under Article 4 of the Convention may wish to provide brief updates on steps they have taken to apply actions #7 through #9 of the Cartagena Action Plan.
Universalising the Convention
States not parties may wish to provide updates on steps they are taking towards accession to the Convention.
Evaluation of the Implementation Support Unit
States Parties may wish to review the outcomes of the work of the ISU Task Force and the final report of the independent consultant engaged to evaluate the ISU.