Iran calls for global nuclear disarmament
Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct. 7 /Trend A. Gurbanova/
Iran 's Ambassador to the United Nations criticized the West's ignoring the calls to remove Atomic weapons and some governments even assign special budget to develop atomic weapons, IRIB reported quoting Mohammad Khazaei as saying.
"The unilateral actions of countries who own atomic weapons was limited cutting warheads which is contrary to their commitment of complete removal of banned weapons," Khazaei said during UN meeting.
Khazaei noted the best way to guarantee nuclear nonproliferation is to implement NPT treaty and Iran alongside the majority of UN members believe nuclear disarmament is of global priority.
He criticized the U.S. saying that as a country who was the first to use atomic bomb against civilians, the United States action is in contrary to its vows on NPT framework and it has developed missile defense system in 2000 through 2010 which will not secure the stability of host country.
Khazaei stressed on Israel hidden nuclear facilities and called for international pressure on Israel to accept the NPT adding it's the only way for a free of nuclear weapon Middle East.