A total of 11 states parties to the TPNW had deadlines in 2022 to submit their declarations under Article 2 of the Treaty to the UN Secretary-General. The Secretary-General received the declarations of Cabo Verde, Chile, Congo, Cote d’Ivoire, Guatemala, Guinea-Bissau, Mongolia, Timor-Leste, and Peru, whilst at the the time of writing the declarations of Grenada and Malawi had not yet been submitted.
The only outstanding declaration after the deadlines that expired in 2021, that of the Seychelles, was submitted in early 2022.
On behalf of the Secretary-General, the UN Office for Disarmament Affairs (UNODA) receives the declarations and transmits them to the other states parties. The state profiles of this report contain the dates that the declarations are received by the UN, or they indicate if a state has not yet submitted its declaration. The declarations are posted on the website of UNODA.
The TPNW does not prescribe a standard form or format for the declarations, but the above-mentioned UNODA website contains model declarations in English, French, and Spanish that have been prepared by the International Committee of the Red Cross.