Anton Martyniuk

Anton Martyniuk, an international security expert advising the UN, the OSCE, Small Arms Survey, and national governments on non-proliferation issues and conventional arms control for over 20 years.

In 2014 – 2018 he worked on the Joint OSCE-UNODA Project on Regional Implementation of the UNSCR 1540. He also implements specific OSCE assignments related to support of national implementation of UNSCR 1540, e.g. in chemical and biological safety and security, export controls, with a focus on the Central Asia region.

In 2004 – 2014 he worked as Confidence and Security Building Measures (CSBM) Officer / Projects Officer of the OSCE Conflict Prevention Centre. A wide range of responsibilities included monitoring of the implementation of CSBMs, setting up the OSCE role in UNSCR 1540, technical assistance on physical protection, stockpile management of weapons and ammunition, as well as disposal of hazardous materials. The project portfolio includes designing and managing dozens of assistance projects in seventeen recipient states with a total budget over 40 million U.S. dollars.

Before joining the OSCE Secretariat from September 2001 to April 2004 he was a political-military adviser of Belarus Delegation to the OSCE, JCG and OSCC responsible for the OSCE politico-military dimension, including activities of the OSCE Forum for Security and Co-operation, the Joint Consultative Group (CFE Treaty) and the Open Skies Consultative Commission. In 2002-2003 he also served as a Chairman of the JCG Working Group on the Treaty Operational Implementation and the FSC Chef-de-file on preparation of the First OSCE Annual Security Review Conference.

In 1998-2001, as a desk officer of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus responsible for non-proliferation and conventional arms control issues, Mr. Martyniuk participated in negotiations on the adaptation of the CFE Treaty, revision of the Vienna Document 1994, as well as coordinating their implementation at the national level, including ratification of the CTBT, promotion of accession of Belarus to international export control regimes.

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