Landmine Monitor 1999

Published in April 1999, this report was presented to the First Meeting of States Parties to the Mine Ban Treaty in Maputo, Mozambique in early May 1999. Click to view.

Report 1999 Front

April 1999

Landmine Monitor Report 1999 is the first annual report. This report was presented to the the first annual meeting of States Parties to the Mine Ban Treaty. Landmine Monitor 1999 provides a global overview of the landmine situation. Chapters on developments in specific countries and other areas are available in online Country Profiles, found here.

In this first annual report, Landmine Monitor has attempted to establish a baseline of information from which to measure progress in alleviating the landmine crisis. Landmine Monitor Report 1999 contains information on every country of the world with respect to landmine ban policy, use, production, transfer, stockpiling, mine clearance, mine awareness, and survivor assistance. Thus, the Monitor does not only report on States Parties and their treaty obligations, it also looks at signatory states and non-signatories as well.

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