A paper entitled “The UN Security Council Resolution: squaring the circle?” by Dr Rebekah Tanti-Dougall, Senior Associate at Advocates Tanti-Dougall & Associates, has featured in the April 2017 Edition [Volume 23, Issue 2] of the prestigious publication ‘Aviation Security International’ – The Global Journal of Airport & Aviation Security. [To download relative article, kindly click on the paper’s title above].
In brief, in September 2016, the UN Security Council issued Resolution 2309 (2016) at is 7775th meeting, focusing on Aviation Security, recognizing the vital importance of the aviation system for the global economy and called upon the ICAO Member States to ensure that security standards are continuously reviewed and implemented to adapt effectively to threats perpetuated by terrorists. States and organizations are expected to assist each other in delivery of capacity building, strengthen security screening procedures and promote innovation in technologies and techniques to maximize the capability to detect security threats.
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