Belarus supports Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty


Belarus supports Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty

Global peace-building and the integration of integrations. Such are the initiatives put forward by Belarus at the 72th session of the UN General Assembly.

It is planned that these approaches will be presented on September 21 during the speech of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Belarus. Vladimir Makei has already held working meetings with the heads of foreign policy departments of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO). The participants adopted three joint statements. They relate to countering international terrorism, stability in the world and the situation in northern Afghanistan.

Dmitry Mironchik, spokesman for the Foreign Ministry of Belarus:
As part of the high-level segments of the 72th Session of the UN General Assembly Vladimir Makei also took part in the conference in support of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty.

During the conference, the Minister expressed his full support for international efforts to ban nuclear tests and nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament.

As a result the participants of the conference adopted a declaration, which envisages the strengthening and expansion of the international efforts for the treaty's early entry into force.

The general high-level debate is attended by representatives of 193 states. These are presidents, prime ministers and ministries of foreign affairs.