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That this House applauds the efforts of all those who continue to tackle the appalling humanitarian and development problems caused by landmines and unexploded ordnance in more than 82 countries worldwide; applauds in particular those musicians such as Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle, Chrissie Hynde, Billy Bragg and other who have kept this issue in the public eye by organising Concerts for a Landmine Free World; commends Landmine Action and the International Campaign to Ban Landmines for the publication of the Landmine Monitor Report 2003; notes that 141 countries have now ratified the Ottawa Treaty on anti-personnel landmines; further notes that the Landmine Monitor finds it evident from current rates of progress that even greater increases in mine action funding will be needed in the future to cope fully with the global landmine problem and to enable Ottawa Treaty states parties to meet their 10-year deadline for mine clearance; calls on all states to join and implement the treaty without delay; and strongly believes that the Government should redouble its efforts to support the global campaign against this illegal and indiscriminate weapon.
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