4.1 an initiative be launched on an international level, expressly involving the United States of America, an observer state to the Council of Europe, to develop a common, truly global strategy to address the terrorist threat. The strategy should conform in all its elements with the fundamental principles of our common heritage in terms of democracy, human rights and respect for the rule of law;
4.2 a proposal be considered, in instances where states are unable or unwilling to prosecute persons accused of terrorist acts, to bring these persons within the jurisdiction of an international court that is competent to try them. One possibility worth considering would be to vest such a competence in the International Criminal Court, whilst renewing invitations to join this court to the United States and other countries that have not yet done so;
4.3 the Secretary General continue to ask member states for progress reports on their investigations into this matter and to report to the Parliamentary Assembly as soon as possible.