non-proliferation treaty


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non-proliferation treaty

[nɒnprəlɪfəˈreɪʃnˌtriːtɪ] Ntratado m de no proliferación
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'Pakistan signing Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) would not be beneficial as this treaty has never been fully operationalized to judge its effectiveness', she added.
"The Zionist regime should be forced to join the Non-Proliferation Treaty, and bring all of its nuclear activities and facilities under the IAEA's comprehensive safeguards," he further stressed.
"Leaving the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) is one of the options," he was quoted as saying.
While reiterating Kuwait's commitment to the Non-Proliferation Treaty, he lamented the world still faces the menace of proliferation of nuclear weapons...
In direct answer to the resolution calling for signing the non-proliferation treaty, the then India's permanent representative in the UN Hardeep Puri had said, 'There is no question of India joining the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) as a non-nuclear weapon state.
The Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) is considered a cornerstone of the nuclear non-proliferation regime.
The ICAN founders felt that the previous Non-proliferation Treaty was not doing its part in banning nuclear weapons completely -- the way that biological weapons, chemical weapons, and landmines have been banned under international law.
Moreover, they're meant to last in perpetuity: Just as the Non-Proliferation Treaty is intended to permanently halt the spread of nuclear weapons, Secretary of State John Kerry has said there's "no sunset" on parts of the nuclear deal, in which Iran has agreed to never develop nuclear weapons.
Speaking on behalf of the Arab bloc at the 2015 Review Conference of Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), Bahrain's Permanent Representative to the UN Ambassador Jamal Fares Al Ruwaie said Arab states believe that possessing and developing nuclear weapons pose a big threat to international peace and security.
The letter calls for the countries who signed the Non-Proliferation Treaty in 1970, to begin now the process of nuclear disarmament.
Lavrov's comments were "another sign that this is not just a conflict between Ukraine and Russia," he said, accusing Moscow of breaking the nuclear non-proliferation treaty. Budapest agreement Under the 1994 Budapest memorandum, Russia, the United States and Britain gave Ukraine security assurances in return for Kiev giving up its Soviet-era nuclear weapons and signing the nuclear non-proliferation treaty.

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