The following States Parties addressed the conference during the continuation of the high level segment: Austria, France, Indonesia, Germany, Italy, Turkey, South Africa, Mexico, Sweden, Namibia, the Netherlands, New Zealand, Slovenia, Finland, Spain, Thailand, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Canada, Chile, Belarus, Congo, Croatia, Iraq, Ireland, Senegal, Serbia, Tanzania, the United Kingdom, Colombia, Zimbabwe and Burkina Faso. In addition, Costa Rica submitted a written statement.
The following States not party to the Convention addressed the conference during the continuation of the high level segment: the USA, China, Oman, and India. The following other observer delegations also addressed the conference: the United Nations Advisory Board on Human Security, the United Nations Special Rapporteur on Disability, the ICBL, the International Federation of the Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies and the GICHD. As well, video messages were delivered by United Nations Messenger of Peace, Michael Douglas, and by ICBL youth activists.
In addition, the following delegations signed, or witnessed the signing of the Maputo +15 Declaration, but did not address the conference: Costa Rica, Cleared Ground Demining, Yemen, Seychelles, Peru, South Sudan, UNMAS, Mauritius, Venezuela, and the OSCE.
Following the high level segment, the Conference returned to the list of speakers who wished to share views on the remaining thematic items under the review of the operation and status of the Convention. The following delegations shared views: the Netherlands, Algeria, Japan, Argentina, UNMAS and the ICBL.
No delegation took the floor to raise any other business.
The Conference adopted its final report and related documents, which would had been recommended for adoption during the morning session on Thursday 26 June.
The President of the Third Review Conference, His Excellency Henrique Banze of Mozambique, closed the Third Review Conference.