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What does ICAT stand for?

ICAT stands for Inter-American Convention Against Terrorism


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Costa Rica is also a party to the UN Convention against Transnational Organized Crime and its three protocols, the UN Convention against Corruption, the Inter-American Convention against Corruption, the Inter-American Convention on Extradition, the Inter-American Convention against Terrorism and the Inter-American Convention against Trafficking in Illegal Firearms.
We strongly support the Secretary General's call to reaffirm our commitment to combat transnational security threats, in accordance with the OAS Charter, the Inter-American Convention against Terrorism, and the Declaration on Security, including by demonstrating hemispheric solidarity with Colombia in its fight against terrorist organizations like the FARC.
Noting that all thirty-four OAS member states have signed the Inter-American Convention Against Terrorism and twelve have ratified it, he called for the remaining countries to seek to ratify the treaty as soon as possible, and also to bring their own national legislation into harmony with its provisions.
THE INTER-AMERICAN convention Against Terrorism entered into force on July 10, following its ratification during the recent OAS General Assembly by Peru, Mexico, and Nicaragua.
In 2002 Nicaragua ratified the Inter-American Convention against Terrorism, and signed but not ratified the Caribbean Regional Maritime Counternarcotics Agreement in 2003.
The OAS member countries are also working to draft an Inter-American Convention against Terrorism, in time for the June 2002 General Assembly in Barbados.
Panama is also a member of the Organization of American States (OAS) and is a party to the Inter-American Convention on Mutual Assistance in Criminal Matters, the Inter-American Convention Against Corruption, the Inter-American Convention on Extradition, the Inter-American Convention against Terrorism, and the Inter-American Convention against the illicit manufacturing of and trafficking in firearms.