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WT04-B22-268 IA082-000569-B023-56 http://greenpeace.org:80/~comms/nukes/ctbt/index.html 188.8.131.52 19970103132113 text/html 12476 HTTP/1.0 200 OK Date: Fri, 03 Jan 1997 13:23:51 GMT Server: Apache/1.0.0 Content-type: text/html Content-length: 12304 Last-modified: Fri, 27 Sep 1996 17:01:11 GMT The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
The Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty (CTBT)
24th September 1996 TEST-BAN SIGNING: "IT SHOULD BE THE BEGINNING OF THE END FOR NUCLEAR WEAPONS", Greenpeace says. The organisation celebrates the end of 25 years campaigning against nuclear testing.
UPDATES FROM THE CONFERENCE ON DISARMAMENT
16th August 1996 Update
12th August 1996 Update
9th August 1996 Update
8th August 1996 Update
7th August 1996 Update
6th August 1996 Update
1st August 1996 Update
29th July 1996 Update
2nd July 1996 briefing: entry into force
30th June 1996 special update
26th June 1996 special update
25th June 1996 special update
24th June 1996 special update
21st June 1996 special update
19th June 1996 Greenpeace briefing
19th June 1996 special update
9th June 1996
28th May 1996
24th May 1996
DAILY DIARY FROM ABOARD THE MV GREENPEACE on its protest voyage to China, from Auckland, New Zealand, visiting Sydney, Manilla and Chinese territorial waters outside Shanghai before sailing on to Nagasaki. follow its course with a Clickable Map of its course or click on the dates below.
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Day27: June 12th 1996 ( arrival in Chinese territorial waters, Shanghai, with photos and video clips) |
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STATEMENTS AND MESSAGES
STATEMENT OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA, after their nuclear test on 29th July 1996
June 9th 1996: AN OPEN LETTER TO THE PRESIDENT OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
June 9th 1996: AN OPEN LETTER TO THE SHANGHAI MUNICIPAL AUTHORITIES
June 3rd 1996 MESSAGE TO THE M.V. GREENPEACE from the new Italian Minister of the Enviroment, Senator Edo Ronchi
Greenpeace protests in Barcelona during the visit of Chinese President Jiang Zemin 25th June 1996.
24th September 1996 "TEST-BAN SIGNING: IT SHOULD BE THE BEGINNING OF THE END FOR NUCLEAR WEAPONS TREATY:", Greenpeace says. The organisation celebrates the end of 25 years campaigning against nuclear testing.
24th September 1996 TEST BAN SHOULD BE BEGINNING OF THE END FOR NUCLEAR WEAPONS . Communities Across U.S. Commemorate Grassroots Victory With Call for Nuclear Abolition.
10th September 1996 UNITED NATIONS ADOPTS HISTORIC NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREATY; Greenpeace hails key "first step" on the road to disarmament.
20th August 1996 TIME TO TAKE NUCLEAR TEST- BAN TO NEW YORK:
Greenpeace urges submission of the CTBT to UN General Assembly
6th August 1996 NUCLEAR TEST-BAN DELEGATES LOCKED INTO UNITED NATIONS : Greenpeace demands: Stay at work until the CTBT is agreed.
29th July 1996 DAY OF RECKONING FOR NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREATY
28th June 1996 TEST BAN DELEGATES FAIL TO MEET DEADLINE, BUT SUCCESS IS WITHIN REACH:
28th June 1996- BRITAIN, RUSSIA, CHINA, PAKISTAN MUST COMPROMISE OR NUCLEAR TEST BAN MAY FAIL- GREENPEACE:
27th June 1996- AS TEST BAN TREATY TALKS DRAW TO UNCERTAIN CONCLUSION IN GENEVA, SENATE SQUASHES ATTEMPTS TO TURN BACK CLOCK ON U.S. NUCLEAR TESTING:
27th June 1996- GREENPEACE SHIP ARRIVES AT NAGASAKI AS FRANCE INDICATES IT IS READY TO SIGN CTBT:
27th June 1996- G7 LEADERS MUST THROW WEIGHT BEHIND CTBT - GREENPEACE::
25th June 1996- GREENPEACE PRESENTS SPANISH SENATE WITH THOUSANDS OF SIGNATURES AGAINST CHINESE NUCLEAR TESTING, AS JIANG ZEMIN VISITS:
24th June 1996- UK, CHINA, RUSSIA AND PAKISTAN MUST COMPROMISE IF THE WORLD IS TO GET NUCLEAR TEST BAN THIS YEAR:
24th June 1996- PRESS CONFERENCE ON-BOARD MV GREENPEACE' IN NAGASAKI, 27th JUNE 1996:
22nd June 1996- ONLY ONE WEEK LEFT TO THE END OF THE GENEVA CONFERENCE OF DISARMAMENT NEGOTIATIONS FOR A CTBT.
20th June 1996- GREENPEACE RESPONSE TO INDIA’S STATEMENT TO THE CONFERENCE ON DISARMAMENT.
20th June 1996- RENEWED PROTEST AGAINST CHINAS ATOMIC EXPLOSIONS.
19th June 1996- GREENPEACE CALLS ON CTBT DELEGATES TO OPPOSE CHINA's 'PEACEFUL' NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS' PROPOSAL.
17th June 1996- CTBT TALKS BOOSTED BY TWENTY-THREE NEW MEMBER COUNTRIES.
16th June 1996- MV GREENPEACE ARRIVES IN HONG KONG AFTER EXPULSION FROM CHINESE WATERS DURING ANTI-NUCLEAR PEACE VOYAGE.
12th June 1996- MV GREENPEACE EXPELLED FROM CHINESE WATERS: SETS COURSE TO HONG KONG.
12th June 1996- GREENPEACE SHIP BOARDED BY CHINESE OFFICIALS.
12th June 1996- STATEMENT FROM REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVES ON BOARD THE MV GREENPEACE.
12th June 1996- GREENPEACE BOAT ARRIVES OFF CHINESE COAST TO DELIVER 'STOP NUCLEAR TESTING' MESSAGE.
11th June 1996 - MV GREENPEACE NEARS CHINESE WATERS: REITERATES NEED FOR IMMEDIATE NUCLEAR TEST BAN
10th June 1996 - MV GREENPEACE NEARS SOUTHERN TIP OF TAIWAN
9th June 1996 -MV GREENPEACE SENDS MESSAGE TO CHINA, REQUESTS ENTRY TO SHANGHAI
8th June 1996 - CHINA EXPLODES NUCLEAR DEVICE AT LOP NOR
Protest Now - PHONE OR FAX CHINESE EMBASSIES
7th June 1996 - MV GREENPEACE SETS SAIL FOR SHANGHAI TO DELIVER STOP NUCLEAR TESTING MESSAGE
6th June 1996 #2 - GREENPEACE REJECTS CHINA'S CONDITION ON NUCLEAR TREATY
6th June 1996 #1 - GREENPEACE SLAMS CHINESE NON-COMPROMISE ON 'PEACEFUL' NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS
3rd June 1996 - GREENPEACE OPPOSES COMPROMISE ON 'PEACEFUL' NUCLEAR EXPLOSIONS:
28th May, 1996 - GREENPEACE HEAD WELCOMES DRAFT NUCLEAR TEST BAN TREATY AND CALLS FOR RAPID COMPLETION OF TALKS
20th May 1996 - MV GREENPEACE TAKES ON NEW ANTI NUCLEAR CHALLENGE
14th May 1996 - GREENPEACE DECLARES UNITED NATIONS IN GENEVA A RADIOACTIVE EXCLUSION ZONE AS TEST BAN TALKS RESUME
13th May 1996 - TIME RUNNING OUT FOR TEST BAN TREATY TALKS