Iran to hold int'l disarmament conference mid June
Iran plans to hold the second international nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation conference mid June, ISNA reported.
The gathering mainly seeks examination of current challenges on nuclear disarmament and other Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD).
The conference scheduled for June 12-13 intends to present approaches for creation of a world without nuclear arms.
A Probe into nuclear doctrines and lack of their conformity with current international circumstances, international commitment of countries on disarmament due to destructive aftermaths of existing nuclear arms and taking concrete steps and specified offers to materialize goals of nuclear disarmament and annihilation of the weapons are other issues to be discussed in the international gathering in Tehran.
The conference also involves three specialized sessions with the mentioned matters are on the spotlight and experts would put forward their offers.
Tehran hosted the first international disarmament conference on April 18-19, 2010 with officials from different countries took part.
During the two-day conference, world officials, politicians, envoys and nuclear experts from 60 world countries discussed ways to end concerns with regard to challenges on nuclear disarmament, countries' commitment to nuclear dismantlement and disarmament and aftermaths of inaction in the destruction of the Weapons of Mass Destruction.