- Michigan State University acquires collection of interviews with atomic bomb survivors
- Namibia intensifies battle against illegal guns
- Nuclear weapons conference attracts global crowd
- United Nations assists the Dominican Republic in the destruction of illicit, obsolete, and surplus firearms and ammunition
- Atomic bomb survivors (hibakusha) present their personal stories on humanitarian impact of the use of nuclear weapons
- UNODA assists Angola in joining disarmament treaties
- High Representative's speech on "The Strategic Concept of Disarmament"
- UNLIREC assists Antigua and Barbuda with destruction of seized and obsolete weapons and ammunition
- High Representative for Disarmament Affairs meets with delegates from Gensuikyo and Nihon Hidankyo
The Secretary-General has been informed by some States that there are discrepancies among the authentic texts of the Arms Trade Treaty, as adopted by General Assembly resolution 67/234 B on 2 April 2013, and has received proposed corrections to those texts. Any other State that has concerns regarding discrepancies among the authentic texts of the Arms Trade Treaty is encouraged to bring these to the attention of the Secretary-General as soon as practical.