Iran is quite worried about slow pace of nuclear disarmament
(MENAFN) The lack of progress on nuclear disarmament and the lack of any hope for success have deeply concerned Iran. Moreover, in a declaration to the Tenth NPT Review Conference, Iran expressed its worry.
It also mentioned that “the Islamic Republic of Iran is of strong observation that the obligation concerning nuclear disarmament, as set out in the NPT, should be fulfilled with determination. In this regard, the nuclear-weapon States have a special responsibility and should reaffirm their commitment by pursuing, in good faith, negotiations on effective measures relating to time-bound nuclear disarmament.”
According to the declaration that “we are deeply concerned about the lack of progress in nuclear disarmament and the lack of any prospect of achieving this objective of the Treaty. It is deeply disappointing, however, that the nuclear disarmament obligations under the Treaty, as well as the unequivocal undertakings committed by the nuclear-weapon States in the 2000 and 2010 Review Conferences, have remained unfulfilled.”
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