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LOEGSTSUFS - EU
Transcript of LOEGSTSUFS - EU
What is water scarcity?
The League of Extraordinary Global Superpowers Top Secret Underground Fortress Summit
The EU calls on all States to seize the opportunity and work together to make the world a
In essence, the Union will be guided by the following objectives:
a) universalisation of disarmament and non-proliferation agreements;
b) enhancing of the effectiveness of inspection/verification mechanisms by improving
the detectability of violations;
c) strengthening of export control policies;
d) expansion of co-operative threat reduction and assistance programmes
The European Union
consists of 28
As of 2013, a GDP of
12.894 trillion Euros
The European Union establishes a common market between the
28 member countries.
allows for the free flow of goods and people between member states
goods produced in one country can be sold in another free of tariffs or duties
taxes are standardized
The European took the title from the US as the world's largest economy in 2007 and has maintained the title ever since.
EU $15.970 trillion
US $15.940 trillion
China $12.610 trillion
India $4.761 trillion
Japan $4.704 trillion
Germany $3.250 trillion
Russia $2.255 trillion
Main Import Partners (2012)
Main Export Partners (2012)
The EU is the world's largest trading block.
The EU is the world's largest trader of manufactured goods.
The EU ranks first in both inbound and outbound international investments.
The EU is the top trading partner for 80+ countries, For comparison, the US is the top trading partner for a little over 20 countries.
Fuels excluded, the EU imports more from developing countries than the USA, Canada, Japan, and China put together.
What is the European Union doing about this? They've enacted the Drinking Water Directive.
Everything But Arms Initiative (EBA) -
aims to help LDCs integrate further into the global economy.
The European Union is committed to the pursuit of nuclear disarmament. We underline the need for an overall reduction in the global stockpile of nuclear weapons, and we encourage increased transparency from nuclear weapons states.
The EU has 28 member states.
Out of these, only two (France and England) have fully-developed nuclear capabilities.
While there currently 9 countries with nuclear capabilities, over 90% of nuclear weapons in existence belong to Russia and the United states.
The European Union strongly encourages these states to consider lowering these numbers to ensure safety for the greater good.
The European Union welcomes the progress that has been made in the field of disarmament and nuclear non-proliferation thus far, particularly the momentum created by major events such the entry into force of the New START Treaty last year.
The European Union is also actively contributing to the global efforts to seek a safer world for all and to the achievement of the peace and security of a world without nuclear weapons in accordance with the objectives of the Nuclear Proliferation Treaty.
The NPT is a landmark international treaty whose objective is to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons and weapons technology, to promote cooperation in the peaceful uses of nuclear energy and to further the goal of achieving nuclear disarmament and general and complete disarmament.
We remain committed to ensuring the best safety, security and non-proliferation conditions by countries wishing to develop in a responsible way, their capacities in the field of peaceful uses of nuclear energy.