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Syria: Israeli occupation constitutes main source of threat to nuclear security in the region

Syria: Israeli occupation constitutes main source of threat to nuclear security in the region

Syrian Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Bassam Sabbagh confirmed that the Israeli occupation, with its nuclear arsenal, constitutes the main source of threat to nuclear security in the region, due to its refusal to join relevant international agreements and treaties. , and its record of flagrant violations of the principles of international law and the Charter of the United Nations.

Sabbagh explained – in a speech today Tuesday before the International Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Security held in Vienna, the Austrian capital, according to the Syrian News Agency (SANA) – that the occupation exploits the protection provided by countries Westerners regarding its possession. nuclear capabilities outside the framework of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty and the Comprehensive Safeguards System, stressing that Syria attaches great importance to the implementation of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and is keen to guarantee the right Member States to the peaceful use of nuclear resources. atomic energy is not violated, which contributes to achieving these goals.

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He expressed his country’s aspiration to continue its cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency to benefit from the technical support it provides in the field of peaceful applications of nuclear energy, particularly through the training of human frameworks and capacity building. this cooperation, and underlines the need to ensure an appropriate balance between all the different programs and activities of the Agency aimed at Member States.

Sabbagh stressed the need not to hinder Member States’ access to nuclear technology intended for peaceful purposes, including those related to nuclear security, reiterating Syria’s categorical rejection of unilateral coercive measures imposed by Western countries against it as well as a certain number of developing countries. that hinder its ability to address relevant challenges, calling for immediate measures to lift all restrictions that would prevent people from enjoying their rights, including their right to development, and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

He stressed that the responsibility for nuclear security lies with each country individually and through its national institutions. This is why Syria pays particular attention to international legal instruments that regulate the international work of the nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation system and modernize its system. national legislation, emphasizing the importance of emphasizing international commitment to prohibiting attacks or threats of attacks against nuclear installations for peaceful uses.

Yesterday, the Ministerial Conference on Nuclear Security began with the participation of 130 countries, including Syria, to discuss nuclear security issues, the most important of which is preventing nuclear and radioactive materials from reaching terrorist organizations, in addition to strengthening international cooperation in this area. nuclear security and the exchange of experiences and expertise between Member States.

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