§ Mr. Hurd
Our initiative for a UN register has received wide support. The European Council on 28–29 June decided that the Twelve should put to the next UN General Assembly a joint resolution proposing a register. Leaders at the London economic summit affirmed their commitment to the early adoption of such a register. At their meeting in Paris on 8–9 July the five permanent members of the Security Council also endorsed this approach. So this is going well.