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How does a State become an accredited observer state?

To become an Observer State, a non-signatory state must be listed in the Treaty as a host for an International Monitoring System facility. These States are allowed to attend meetings and workshops and engage in activities of the two working groups. Working Group A deals with budgetary, legal and administrative matters while Working Group B deals with verification matters pertaining to the Provisional Technical Secretariat.  

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