Speaking at a meeting of senior officials at the Conference on Disarmament held in Geneva on Thursday, Dehqani said that our response to these threats to renegotiate the nuclear agreement or to withdraw from it is clear: rejecting that and asserting that the nuclear agreement is not negotiable. Again.
He added that the US position on the nuclear agreement sends a message to the world that America is a country that is not credible in bilateral and multilateral agreements.
Deghani said the failure of the nuclear powers to comply with their legal obligations under Article VI of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) to conduct nuclear disarmament talks would create a crisis of distrust over the NPT’s capabilities and capabilities in nuclear disarmament.
“While we have not seen any progress in the field of nuclear disarmament, the nuclear countries have embarked on intensive and rapid capital recruitment to modernize their nuclear weapons and develop their nuclear capabilities by producing more modern and influential nuclear warheads,” Dehghani said.
For example, the United States said it plans to spend $ 1.25 trillion over the next three decades to replace and modernize its nuclear arsenal, raising fears.
Dahqani said the role and importance of nuclear weapons is growing dangerously in terms of security, military and nuclear doctrines. The US president has recently declared openly and irresponsibly that the button to benefit from his country’s nuclear arsenal is much greater than others.
He pointed out that we should not forget that the policies and statements that emphasize the role of nuclear weapons as a guarantor of security have ramifications that are not promising, including encouraging the spread of nuclear weapons and the escalation of the possibility of nuclear confrontation and war. One example of this situation is clearly the danger of a nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula.
Dehqani said that the current situation stems from the absence of the political will of these countries to get rid of the doctrine of nuclear deterrence.


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