Mr. Speaker, I sit on the committee and took part in the nine months plus of listening to witnesses from across Canada. A lot of questions were raised. I believe all parties could agree with a lot of the questions and issues that were raised, like the dangers that MOX fuel might possess and so on.
I disagree with parts of that report and I would like to hear the member's comments. So much of it seemed to me to deal with an idyllic world. All of us would like to get rid of all the nuclear weapons. That goes without saying. The reality is that we are going into a more dangerous world in the 21st century than we came out of after the cold war in the early nineties. I would like the member to address that.
I also wonder from some of his comments whether he believes that Canada really does have an agreement already with NATO in terms of our plans for Kosovo. The third and final point is on the big problem with the international force and having talked to the Russians as recently as this morning, Milosevic refuses to have the Russians as part of any force as well. He does not want any force in there, peacekeeping or otherwise, made up of anyone, including the Russians.