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Kazakh Foreign Ministry urged to disarm nuclear powers

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The conflict in Ukraine makes us think about the elimination of all nuclear weapons in the world, said the head of the Kazakh Foreign Ministry
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan raised the issue of eliminating nuclear weapons around the world in connection with the urgency of the problem of collective vulnerability. The corresponding proposal was made by Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic Mukhtar Tleuberdi.

“The current armed conflict on the territory of Ukraine, talk about the return of nuclear weapons and mutual threats to use nuclear weapons make us, more than ever before, think about the collective vulnerability of humanity and the urgent need to ban and eliminate these deadly weapons,” Tleuberdi was quoted by a Kazakh political publication. Letter.

Since February 24, 2022, Russia has been conducting a special operation to demilitarize Ukraine. After it began, Western politicians and the media began to actively discuss the issue of the threat of nuclear war. Including the head of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Dan Smith, announced the peak of the risk of using nuclear weapons in the world. After that, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia does not threaten anyone with the use of nuclear weapons, but all countries should remember that the Russian Federation has them, clarifies “National News Service“.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Kazakhstan raised the issue of eliminating nuclear weapons around the world in connection with the urgency of the problem of collective vulnerability. The corresponding proposal was made by Deputy Prime Minister – Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic Mukhtar Tleuberdi. “The current armed conflict on the territory of Ukraine, talk about the return of nuclear weapons and mutual threats to use nuclear weapons make us, more than ever before, think about the collective vulnerability of humanity and the urgent need to ban and eliminate these deadly weapons,” Tleuberdi was quoted by a Kazakh political publication. Letter. Since February 24, 2022, Russia has been conducting a special operation to demilitarize Ukraine. After it began, Western politicians and the media began to actively discuss the issue of the threat of nuclear war. Including the head of the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Dan Smith, announced the peak of the risk of using nuclear weapons in the world. After that, Russian President Vladimir Putin said that Russia does not threaten anyone with the use of nuclear weapons, but all countries should remember that the Russian Federation has them, the National News Service clarifies.

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