Delegate Name: Chase Martin
Rwanda as a nation has only ever launched two satellites into space and has never sent humans before. As it would be an endeavor bringing the people of Rwanda to outer space, a rapidly competitive environment might prohibit our efforts. The militarization of outer space may lead other countries backing away from the challenge and impeding other less developed countries such as Rwanda. Outer space should be a neutral zone shared by all peoples of the world and not a playground to push around the little guy.
Rwanda asks to summon the United Nations Security Council to address this issue of the militarization of outer space. The UNSC will be presented with a decision to prohibit expanding the affair in space at the current moment. Militarization will lead to a monopoly in space that will create unforeseen consequences in the future of this planet. The bill will reset the previous treaties of outer space to eliminate caveats and loopholes in the original treaties to prevent foul play. The delegation of Rwanda humbly offers these ideals as food for thought in the coming future of our society.