From May 3 until May28 British diplomats - as no minister was available initially - will have to justify Britain's continued possession of, and planned replacement at a cost of pounds 100,000m, of the Trident nuclear WMD system at the 1970 nuclear non-proliferation treaty (NPT) quinquennial review conference in New York, on a treaty that came into force 40 years ago.
What does QQR stand for?
QQR stands for Quinquennial Review (UK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The complex equalization formula we have today reflects, at least in part, the accumulated changes of these quinquennial reviews.
In 2000, following a quinquennial review of the Levy Board, the Government announced its intention to abolish the levy system.
Grandy also raised the quinquennial review of aboriginal subsistence whaling and the revision of the body's contribution system as important issues for the meeting this year.
Such steps can be measured against the goal to determine the rate of progress, which is the key element underlying the quinquennial reviews of the implementation of the indefinitely-extended NPT, starting in 2000.
A consultation paper, published today, lists the 11 species that the Joint Nature Conservation Council put forward as a result of their fourth Quinquennial Review of the 1981 Act for protecting animal and plant species.