The United Nations passed on leading nuclear waste resolution: China opposes the [global network reporter Ma Li reported: according to Japan’s Kyodo News reported on October 28th, the first committee of the general assembly of the United Nations (disarmament and international security committee) 27, with the majority in favor of the dominated by Japan to abolish nuclear weapons resolution. The main content is to urge the leader and through the efforts of victims of exchanges to deepen the understanding of the actual situation of nuclear explosion, on May President Obama’s trip to Hiroshima to welcome. China voted again after last year. The same kind of resolution, led by Japan, has been approved for 23 consecutive years. 167 countries voted in favour of the vote, including last year’s abstention from the United states. China, North Korea, Russia, Syria, 4 countries, Britain, France and other 17 countries abstained. Fu Cong, China’s ambassador to disarmament, spoke in an interview with Kyodo news about the reasons for the resolution, pointing out that it was a strategy aimed at expanding the impression that Japan was the victim of the war, not the perpetrators. Fu Cong also stated in the resolution welcomed President Obama’s visit to the United States in May, the move to Hiroshima, said that our position is not necessary to emphasize the United Nations resolutions Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Resolution for the use of nuclear weapons caused by the humanitarian consequences of deep concern, Obama’s visit to Hiroshima, said "welcome". In addition, it has confirmed its determination to strengthen the Nuclear Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) mechanism and urged all countries to do their utmost for the success of the NPT Review Conference in 2020. The resolution condemned North Korea’s recent nuclear test and ballistic missile launch in the strongest terms, calling for the country to implement the UN Security Council sanctions against North korea. The resolution also urged all relevant countries to start negotiations on banning the production of fissile materials for nuclear weapons (FMCT) as soon as possible. Editor: Qu, SN117相关的主题文章: