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S. RES. 90

 Expressing the sense of the Senate that the Senate strongly supports 
          the nonproliferation programs of the United States.



                             March 17, 2003

    Mr. Byrd (for himself, Mr. Lugar, and Mr. Akaka) submitted the 
 following resolution; which was referred to the Committee on Foreign 

                             June 27, 2003

 Reported by Mr. Lugar, without amendment and with an amendment to the 

                             June 27, 2003

                   Considered, amended, and agreed to



 Expressing the sense of the Senate that the Senate strongly supports 
          the nonproliferation programs of the United States.

Whereas on March 6, 2003, the Senate gave its advice and consent to the Treaty 
        Between the United States of America and the Russian Federation on 
        Strategic Offensive Reductions, done at Moscow on May 24, 2002 (the 
        Moscow Treaty), which treaty will result in the withdrawal from 
        operational deployment of thousands of strategic nuclear weapons by 
        December 31, 2012;
Whereas the lack of strict and effective control over and security of all 
        weapons of mass destruction by the governments having jurisdiction over 
        such weapons continues to be of grave concern to all nations that are 
        threatened by terrorism, especially after the catastrophic terrorist 
        attacks of September 11, 2001; and
Whereas despite some recent improvements in cooperation at the highest levels of 
        the Russian Federation, various officials and agencies of the Russian 
        Federation have been counter-productive in barring access and 
        information to the United States with respect to nonproliferation 
        programs and activities, thereby needlessly hindering the progress of 
        such programs and activities: Now, therefore, be it
    Resolved, That it is the sense of the Senate that--
            (1) the Senate strongly supports the nonproliferation 
        programs of the Department of Defense, the Department of 
        Energy, and the Department of State, which programs are 
        intended to reduce the worldwide threat posed by nuclear, 
        chemical, and biological weapons that remain unsecured in the 
        Russian Federation and elsewhere;
            (2) the Russian Federation should continue to improve the 
        access of the United States to key facilities, and the sharing 
        of information with the United States, so as to bring a 
        successful and timely conclusion to various nonproliferation 
        programs and activities; and
            (3) the United States should redouble its efforts to 
        achieve full implementation of the nonproliferation programs of 
        the Department of Defense, the Department of Energy, and the 
        Department of State under effective management, and make full 
        use of all funds that Congress appropriates or otherwise makes 
        available for such programs.

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