On 4 December 2009, the States Parties adopted the Final Report of the Second Review Conference / Cartagena Summit on a Mine-Free World:
At the Cartagena Summit, the States Parties adopted the following three outcome documents:
In addition, the States Parties endorsed the President’s paper on the establishment of an open ended task force with a mandate to develop terms of reference for an evaluation of the Implementation Support Unit, which is contained as part V of this report:
The States Parties took decisions respect to the requests for extensions of the time period for implementing the Convention’s Article 5 mine clearance obligations, which were submitted by Argentina, Cambodia, Tajikistan and Uganda:
Also in the context of considering the submission of requests under article 5 of the Convention, the Conference warmly welcomed the report presented by the President of the Ninth Meeting of the States Parties on the process for the preparation, submission and consideration of requests for extensions to article 5 deadlines and agreed to encourage States Parties, as appropriate, to implement the recommendations contained therein.
In considering a meeting programme that would best meet the needs of the States Parties during the period following the Second Review Conference, the Conference took series of decisions:
The decisions on a post-Cartagena meeting programme also included the States Parties adopting cost estimates for the Tenth Meeting of the States Parties (10MSP)
The States Parties noted the Director of the GICHD’s report on the activities of the Implementation Support Unit (ISU) and expressed their appreciation for the manner in which the ISU is continuing a positive contribution in support of the States Parties’ efforts to implement the Convention.