The State of Kuwait, which does not manufacture various types of arms, has joined such treaties and accords out of its belief that power lies in the human resources and the existence of man, not his extinction, and for sake of making the world free of weapons of mass destruction namely nuclear arms, as well with the aim of shifting financial resources toward economic, social, humane and political development," affirmed Kuwait's Second Secretary Abdul-Aziz Ammash Al-Ajmi, addressing the UN Disarmament Commission during the 2013 session.
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Dehqani made the remarks in a meeting of UN Disarmament Commission (UNDC) in New York on Monday.
Stigma was made on on behalf of the Arab Group the Israeli refusal to accede to the Treaty at the general discussion of the United Nations Disarmament Commission (UNDC), Egyptian Ambassador to the UN, Moataz Ahmadein Khalil.
The Saudi envoy to the United Nations (UN), Khaled Abd al-Razak al-Nafisi, said Tuesday during a substantive session for the UN Disarmament Commission in New York that "the international community is aware that in order to achieve a secure life for the coming generations, peace and security should be reinforced and international treaties on disarmament and weapons non-proliferation should be respected," the daily reported.
He served as the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency from 1981-1997, and led the United Nations Monitoring, Verification, and Disarmament Commission in Iraq until 2003.
L42 and L27 were the draft resolutions on the reports of the UN Disarmament Commission and the Conference on Disarmament.
India viewed the "narrowly defined" text as unnecessary, and noted that the Disarmament Commission had already adopted norms on the topic.
After a crunch peace process meeting with Prime Minister Tony Blair, Democratic Unionist leader Ian Paisley urged the IRA to talk to the head of Northern Ireland's independent disarmament commission, General John de Chastelain.