China ad­vo­cates com­plete pro­hi­bi­tion of nukes weapons

Pakistan Observer - - INTERNATIONAL -

Danny Danon.

“I am very proud to be the first Is­raeli to serve as the chair­man of a com­mit­tee.” Pales­tinian Am­bas­sador Riyad Man­sour strongly ob­jected, say­ing the group should have nom­i­nated “a very

The le­gal com­mit­tee deals with UN ac­tiv­i­ties re­lated to in­ter­na­tional law and the Is­raeli am­bas­sador said one of his first tasks will be to ad­vance the Com­pre­hen­sive Con­ven­tion on In­ter­na­tional Ter­ror­ism.—Agen­cies VI­ENNA—China is com­mit­ted to tak­ing the path of peace­ful de­vel­op­ment and ad­vo­cates for com­plete pro­hi­bi­tion and thor­ough de­struc­tion of the nu­clear weapons, China’s Vice For­eign Min­is­ter Li Baodong said here on Tues­day.

In the 20-year an­niver­sary of the Com­pre­hen­sive Nu­clear-Test-Ban-Treaty (CTBT) in UN head­quar­ter in Vi­enna, Li said China has made com­mit­ment on no-firs­tuse of nu­clear weapons and has un­con­di­tion­ally un­der­taken not to use or threat to use nu­clear weapons against non-nu­clear-weapon states and nu­clear free-zones.

“China is com­mit­ted to tak­ing the path of peace­ful de­vel­op­ment and ad­vo­cates for com­plete pro­hi­bi­tion and thor­ough de­struc­tion of nu­clear weapons,” Li stressed.

As one of the five per­ma­nent mem­bers of the UN Se­cu­rity Coun­cil, China has al­ways been pro­mot­ing the peace­ful use of the nu­clear en­ergy, vot­ing to sup­port the non­pro­lif­er­a­tion regime.—Xin­hua held cap­tive by the Abu Sayyaf group in Sulu for the past nine months,” pres­i­den­tial spokesman Her­minio Coloma said in a state­ment.

A mil­i­tary state­ment also con­firmed that a sev­ered head, be­lieved to be Hall’s, was found near the Jolo is­land cathe­dral Monday night.—Agen­cies

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