'India stands strongly for Nuclear Disarmament,' Foreign Secretary at UN

Demand for the elimination of nuclear weapons across the world has gained momentum in the wake of the US dropping the atomic bomb on Japan in World War II and its subsequent situation.

Yogita S.
Published on: 3 Oct 2020 9:43 AM GMT
India stands strongly for Nuclear Disarmament, Foreign Secretary at UN
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New Delhi: India believes that nuclear weapons can be disarmed by developing a multilateral system. Not only this, New Delhi is also convinced of the need for meaningful dialogue between the nuclear weapon states to trust. Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla said this at a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly. During this time, he once again repaired India's adaptation to the complete cessation of nuclear weapons.

Elimination of nuclear weapon:

Explain that the demand for the elimination of nuclear weapons across the world has gained momentum in the wake of the US dropping the atomic bomb on Japan in World War II and its subsequent situation. India has always advocated not using nuclear weapons before.

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International Day of the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons:

On the International Day of the Elimination of Nuclear Weapons, Foreign Secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla commented on Nuclear weapon. He said, 'India reiterates its long-standing and unwavering commitment to leading. Universal and non-discrimination towards the complete elimination of nuclear weapons.

He said, 'India attaches high priority to the Convention on Disarmament as the world's single multilateral disarmament platform. And supports the commencement of negotiations on a comprehensive nuclear weapons conference.

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The Foreign Secretary said, "Whatever you do will be insignificant, but more important is that you do it." He said that it is this spirit that motivates India to work with other countries towards nuclear disarmament.

"We believe that nuclear disarmament can be achieved through a step-by-step process underwritten by a universal commitment and an agreed multilateral framework. India remains convinced of the need for meaningful dialogue among all States possessing nuclear weapons, for building trust and confidence," Mr Shringla said.

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Yogita S.

Yogita S.

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