UN member states submit 3 resolutions on North Korea’s nuclear tests: VOA


dozens of United Nations member states
have submitted resolutions to the UN disarmament Commission urging North
Korea’s denuclearization and for the regime to return to the negotiating
table Voice of America reported Saturday that the South Korean government
together with 62 other member states submitted a resolution that suggests a
ban on comprehensive nuclear tests condemning North Korea’s past six
nuclear tests the country’s also supported the peaceful method of
achieving complete verifiable and irreversible denuclearization through
dialogue last year 66 member states submitted a
similar resolution some 26 other states including Canada and Spain also
submitted a resolution calling for collective action that seeks to bring
about a world without nuclear weapons the UN disarmament commission will put
the resolutions up for a vote next month and those paths will be sent to the
plenary meeting at the UN General Assembly in December

2 thoughts on “UN member states submit 3 resolutions on North Korea’s nuclear tests: VOA

  1. There are tons of countries who have way more nukes and have actually used depleted uranium rounds in civilian populations. Why are they focusing on N. Korea?

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