The NTI Index for

Uzbekistan

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Support Global Efforts

Score
65
0
100
Overall rank
50 of 154
Score changes:
4
since 2018
11
since 2016
13
since 2014
18
since 2012

Protect Facilities

Score
55
0
100
Overall rank
36 of 47
Score changes:
2
since 2018
5
since 2016

Score Details and Comparisons for Uzbekistan

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Improvement Scenarios for Uzbekistan

Use the scenarios below to see how your country's NTI Index score can improve by taking specific actions. Within each scenario, the actions your country is already taking are indicated by checked boxes. Taking the actions with unchecked boxes will increase your country's overall score by the amount shown. A scenario with a check mark means your country already receives a full score for that area.

Potential score change

Ratify Treaties to Bolster the Global Architecture

Increase your score by taking actions to close gaps in the global nuclear security architecture by ratifying the following key nuclear security treaties:

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Full adoption would mean changing these sub-indicators:

  1. The Convention on the Physical Protection of Nuclear Materials (CPPNM).
  2. The 2005 Amendment to the CPPNM.
  3. The International Convention for the Suppression of Acts of Nuclear Terrorist (ICSANT).
  4. An IAEA safeguards agreement providing complete coverage of peaceful nuclear facilities and the Additional Protocol.

Support Global Norms through Voluntary Actions

Increase your score by supporting, contributing to, or participating in at least six of the following global nuclear security initiatives to help bolster the global nuclear security architecture. Six or more of these actions will result in a full score for this indicator.

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Full adoption would mean changing these sub-indicators:

  1. Become a member of the Global Initiative to Combat Nuclear Terrorism.
  2. Become a member of the Global Partnership Against the Spread of Weapons and Materials of Mass Destruction.
  3. Provide financial or in-kind contributions to the World Institute for Nuclear Security (at least every two years).
  4. Provide financial or in-kind contributions to the IAEA Nuclear Security Fund (at least every two years).
  5. Provide or receive bilateral/multilateral nuclear security assistance (at least every two years).
  6. Open a Center of Excellence or Nuclear Security Support Center to offer nuclear security training.
  7. Participate in the latest IAEA International Conference on Nuclear Security at the ministerial level.
  8. Participate in the IAEA Incident and Trafficking Database.
  9. Participate in the Nuclear Security Guidance Committee.
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Subscribe to Nuclear Security INFCIRCs

Increase your score by subscribing to nuclear security INFCIRCs, which demonstrates commitment to nuclear security and helps to raise nuclear standards globally:

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Full adoption would mean changing these sub-indicators:

  1. Subscribe to INFCIRC/869 on strengthening nuclear security implementation.
  2. Subscribe to at least three of the nine other nuclear security INFCIRCs (899, 901, 904, 905, 908, 909, 912, 917 and 918).
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