Qatar takes part in Arab nuclear weapons meet

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Qatar takes part in Arab nuclear weapons meet

The 53rd meeting of the Arab League's Committee of Senior Arab Officials on Nuclear and different Weapons of Mass Destruction commenced yesterday at the central command of the Arab League General Secretariat. 

The State of Qatar is taking an interest in the meeting with an appointment headed by HE Director of the International Organizations Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Yousef Sultan Yousef Sultan Larem. 

The two-day meeting will talk about Israel's atomic abilities and Arab coordination at the 63rd Annual Regular Session of the IAEA General Conference, which will be held from Sept. 17 to 21. 

The meeting will likewise examine a proposition to build up a panel of Arab specialists to set up a draft bargain to make the Middle East a zone free of atomic weapons and different weapons of mass obliteration. 


Chief of the Arab League's Department of Disarmament and Regional Security, Fadi Hanna Achaia, said this meeting is held intermittently to talk about the most recent improvements in the universal field so as to assess the worldwide meetings on demobilization held amid the last time frame, the latest of which is the third Preparatory Committee for the 2020 Review Conference of the Parties to the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons to be held in New York in 2020. 

He focused on the significance of the meeting to facilitate the Arab positions for the coming year in front of the meeting in New York, just as the Arab activity to enact the choice taken at the UN General Assembly to hold a meeting to set up an atomic free zone and different weapons of mass decimation in November this year.