read the headline of item number 34 aiSaudi Arabia Stresses Firmness in Greater Cooperation For Non-Proliferation of Weapons of Mass Destruction 2 The Hague The corrected headline follows: 0034 Saudi Arabia Stresses Firm Position On Strengthening Cooperation To Disarm Mass Destruction Weapons 2 The Hague In his address, Prince Dr.
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MDW stands for Mass Destruction Weapon(s)
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Delfi added that nuclear weapons have no place in Iran's military doctrine, pointing out that Supreme Leader's stance on mass destruction weapons can be a document to end the long time issue.
Amano hailed Iraqi stands for supporting peace and security and non-proliferation of mass destruction weapons.
In regard to the Iranian nuclear threat on the region, he stated that the nuclear energy is the most dangerous sources of energy and least prevalent and it is dependent on the States which do not have secure power sources such as France, Japan, but in the case of the developing countries, especially those that have other power sources, entering in this field is considered a big risk to the country and to its neighboring states, and the production of nuclear bombs or other means of mass destruction weapon in instable region is assuring an unknown future.
FSB deals with a very wide range of political and military issues, starting with traditional security between and inside member states to handling various transnational threats, to trafficking weapons, including mass destruction weapons, to terrorism, to cyber security.
The Sultanate affirmed that making the ME Region free of nuclear and other mass destruction weapons is a very important issues and worthy of the international community care and support.
International system has passed through a radical change and there were several threats in the world such as terrorism, proliferation of mass destruction weapons and illegal migration, Kapusuz said.