The process of laying the groundwork for Seoul Nuclear Security Summit, which will be held 50 days later, is smoothly going on.
Above all, discussions for 'Seoul Communique', which will be the final document of the summit, has entered its final stretch.
Sherpas(bargaining agents) of participating countries discussed the final portion of 'Seoul Communique' in New Dehli on January 16th and 17th. The last Sherpa meeting will be held in Seoul on March 23th, and 'Seoul Communique' will be finalized.
Specific measures such as minimizing the possession or usage of HEU(Highly Enriched Uranium) and Pu(Plutonium), tightening up security measures of nuclear facilities and banning illegal transaction of nuclear materials will be included in 'Seoul Communique'.
A NSS Preparatory Committee official said on February 5th, "Nuclear Security Summit, more than 50 nations' leaders and various international organizations' heads attending, will be the biggest summit of all time. We are doing our best to successfully host the summit". He also added, "We will also try hard to form a pan-national social consensus about the summit for the next 50 days."