The Hague Code of Conduct against the Proliferation of Ballistic Missiles
The Hague Code of Conduct against the Proliferation of Ballistic Missiles (HCOC) was established in the Hague in November 2002. The HCOC is aimed at promoting missile nonproliferation through transparency and Confidence Building Measures (CBM). Until today, the HCOC has 132 member states.
China opposes the proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD) and their means of delivery, and exercises strict export control on missile-related items and technologies. China's policy on missile nonproliferation is in line with the principle and purposes of the HCOC. China is willing to maintain engagement and exchange with HCOC members and strengthen the cooperation in the field of missile nonproliferation.