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2000
    June 27, 2000 - Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty Among Issues Discussed During Disarmament Commission Debate, UN Press Release

    June 7, 2000 - Interview: Grey Describes "Real Progress" in Arms Control.  Grey said that the main U.S. objective for the Geneva-based Conference on Disarmament is the successful negotiation of a treaty to ban the production of fissile materials. "We have all agreed for years that an FMCT (Fissile Material Cut-Off Treaty) was the first priority, so we think we should start negotiating on that now," he said.

1999
    May 20, 1999 - NUCLEAR DISARMAMENT Voice of America.  The United States has urged the United Nations Conference on Disarmament to seriously negotiate a treaty to ban the production of what's called "fissile" materials.  The American ambassador, backed by Britain and France, introduced a new proposal Thursday to speed-up work on the Treaty at a meeting in Geneva of the 61-nation Conference.

    January 27, 1999 - SECRETARY-GENERAL ADDRESSES CONFERENCE ON DISARMAMENT.  Press Release DCF/355 -- Kofi Annan Calls on Conference To Embark on Negotiations For Treaty To Ban Production of Fissile Material for Nuclear Weapons.

    January 26, 1999 - SECRETARY-GENERAL URGES CONFERENCE ON DISARMAMENT TO EMBARK ON MEANINGFUL NEGOTIATIONS FOR A FISSILE MATERIAL TREATY. Press Release SG/SM/6874 / DCF/354

    January 21, 1999 - NUCLEAR CUT OFF Voice of America.  The United States says it is pushing for a halt to the production of nuclear bomb-making material.

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