On March 24 and 25, 2014, world leaders gathered in The Hague for the third biennial Nuclear Security Summit. Building on the success of the two previous summits in Washington, D.C. and Seoul, senior representatives from 53 countries and 4 international organizations continued the discussion on how to reduce the risk of nuclear terrorism. Participants delivered reports on progress their states had made in strengthening nuclear security at the national and international levels and many committed to further action. Here you will find official documents from the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit.

Hague Communiqué
"We, the leaders, met in The Hague on 24 and 25 March 2014 to strengthen nuclear security, reduce the continuing threat of nuclear terrorism and assess the progress we have made since the Washington Summit in 2010. In preparing for this Summit we have used the Washington and Seoul Communiqués as the basis for our work and have been guided by the Washington Work Plan." (Click here to view in Arabic; Chinese; Dutch; EnglishFrench; RussianSpanish)

Joint Statements
Each joint statement represents a “gift basket” of pledges among a group of countries. The joint statements were a new feature of the 2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit and have been issued at the 2014 Hague Nuclear Security Summit as well.

VIEW: List of 2014 NSS Joint Statement signatories (by statement)
VIEW: List of 2014 NSS Joint Statement commitments (by country)

National Progress Reports
The following progress reports were submitted by states attending the 2014 Hague Nuclear Security Summit. These reports outline progress that  countries have made in their nuclear security practices since the 2012 Seoul Nuclear Security Summit. 

National Statements
The following national statements were presented by participating state representatives on the first day of the 2014 Nuclear Security Summit.