Japan has submitted to the UN General Assembly for the abolition of nuclear weapons resolution for 2-mide-031

Japan submitted to the General Assembly resolution to abolish nuclear weapons for 23 consecutive years, the original title: Japan submitted to the General Assembly resolution on the abolition of nuclear weapons has been for 23 consecutive years in October 14,   according to Japanese media reports, the Japanese government this month on the 13 United Nations Headquarters in New York at the UN General Assembly First Committee (disarmament) to repeal resolution on nuclear weapons. So far, Japan has 23 consecutive years to submit a resolution to scrap nuclear. The content is to confirm the determination to strengthen the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) system, urging countries to the 2020 NPT review conference to do their best". It is reported that there are about 50 co sponsors in the submission stage. The resolution encourages nuclear and non nuclear countries to hold talks. Can get last year voted against or abstained from the five big nuclear countries in favor of approval by the outside attention. The resolution is "seriously concerned" about the humanitarian consequences of the use of nuclear weapons, and it also states "welcome to President Obama’s visit to Hiroshima in May."". The resolution urged through the exchange and victims of global leaders and young people, to deepen the understanding of the actual situation of the nuclear explosion. The resolution condemned the recent implementation of the DPRK’s nuclear and ballistic missile tests in the strongest terms, requiring countries to implement the United Nations Security Council sanctions against North Korea resolution. It also urges all relevant countries to start the negotiations on banning the production of fissile materials for nuclear weapons (FMCT) at an early date. Editor: Kang Yunkai相关的主题文章: