ISLAMABAD: Adviser to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Tuesday validated Pakistan’s joining to not transfer weapons of mass drop to states or non-state actors.
Addressing a two-day informal convention in a sovereign collateral per a doing of UN Security Council Resolution 1540, Aziz sought to forestall non-state actors from appropriation weapons of mass destruction.
“As a obliged chief state, Pakistan will continue to partner with a tellurian village to forestall non-state actors from appropriation these weapons,” pronounced Aziz.
The confidant underscored a need for distinguished a change between advancing a goals of non-proliferation and facilitating entrance of building countries to a vital and twin use of goods, materials and technologies for pacific purposes.
He voiced Pakistan’s eagerness to share a imagination and sustenance of technical assistance to building countries in a segment and beyond.
Aziz underscored that states with modernized capabilities should have an equal event to attend and minister to a trade control governance architecture. He also explained Pakistan’s clever certification and imagination to turn a member of a Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) during a seminar, while emphasising a requirement for transparent, design and non-discriminatory criteria for a group’s membership of non-NPT applicants.
Pakistan took a far-reaching operation of legal, regulatory, organisational and coercion measures, he said, as a proof of a joining and holding this convention was another phenomenon of a same will.
The seminar, organized by a Ministry of Foreign Affairs in partnership with a UN Office for Disarmament Affairs brings together some 13 countries from South and Central Asia detached from China and Russia. Representatives of a 1540 Committee Group of Experts, a International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Organisation for a Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) and Interpol were also present.
The convention aims to foster informal team-work for effective inhabitant doing of a UNSC Resolution 1540, adopted by a Security Council in 2004. It is one of a critical instruments in a tellurian non-proliferation design as it seeks to forestall non-state actors from appropriation weapons of mass destruction.2017-03-14