Delegate Name: Tanner Beavon
Proliferation of Ballistic Missiles
The Republic of Finland
Forest Hills Eastern
The proliferation of ballistic missiles is something that the Republic of Finland must maintain vigilance over, and is something that The Republic of Finland believes must be bound with export control efforts, such as limiting the exports of goods and technologies that could make a contribution to these systems.
Finland is a member of the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) which is a political understanding among states that seek to limit the proliferation of missiles and missile technology. Not as much of a strong opinion, as we do not have a stockpile of warheads, however, Finland believes that these technologies should be used only in peaceful ways, and the proliferation must be controlled.
Our solution to this ballistic missile problem is to peacefully disarm them by signing a treaty similar to HCOC in which all countries developing ballistic missiles will stop development and those reliant on them or with a greater amount like North Korea and the US should slowly but surely stop development and get rid of already development missiles so that resources can be used more efficiently.