|Signed (20 Sept 2017) and ratified (13 Sept 2020)|
|Compliance with prohibitions in TPNW Article 1(1)|
|Art 1(1)(a)||Develop, produce, manufacture, acquire||Compliant|
|Possess or stockpile||Compliant|
|Art 1(1)(c)||Receive transfer or control||Compliant|
|Threaten to use||Compliant|
|Art 1(1)(e)||Assist, encourage or induce||Compliant|
|Art 1(1)(f)||Seek or receive assistance||Compliant|
|Art 1(1)(g)||Allow stationing, installation, deployment||Compliant|
|Fissile material production facilities||No|
|Highly enriched uranium stocks||No|
|Plutonium stocks (military/civilian)||No/No|
|Related treaties and regimes|
|Party to the NPT||Yes|
|Party to a NWFZ||Yes (Rarotonga)|
|Ratified the CTBT||No (Signed)|
|Party to the PTBT||No|
|Member of the CD||No|
|IAEA CSA in force||Yes|
|IAEA AP in force||No|
|Party to the CWC||Yes|
|Party to the BWC||No|
In First Committee of the 2020 UN General Assembly, Tuvalu said that it 'stands in solidarity with the victims of nuclear weapon use and testing, including in the Pacific' and that it joined the TPNW 'because it does not want history to repeat itself.' See: bit.ly/3m2l1sK.
- Tuvalu should encourage other states to adhere to the TPNW.
- Tuvalu should ensure that all the TPNW obligations are implemented domestically, through legal, administrative and other necessary measures.
- Tuvalu should conclude and bring into force an Additional Protocol (AP) with the IAEA. Tuvalu should also adhere to the BWC.