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in genetic terminology, to delete genes that are PATHOGENIC from, for example, a PLASMID or VIRUS.
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We will ensure New Zealands voice is heard on disarmament and arms control issues by reinstating the Cabinet position of Minister for Disarmament and Arms Control, says Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
The Secretary-General commends the Members of the Conference for achieving this positive step, which he hopes will lead to resumption of negotiations on effective measures for disarmament and arms control.
Ambassador Amil, who was speaking in a thematic debate on nuclear weapons, said that amid a worsening international and regional security environment, the goal of nuclear disarmament seemed ever more elusive.
The United Nations General Assembly, at its first special session devoted to nuclear disarmament in 1978, had agreed by consensus that in the adoption of disarmament measures, the right of each State to security should be kept in mind, and at each stage of the disarmament process the objective would be undiminished security for all States at the lowest possible level of armaments and military forces.
Nicolas Roche, Assistant Secretary of State for Strategic Affairs, Security and Disarmament at French Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Nuclear disarmament remains the first and foremost priority in the disarmament and international security agenda and the mere existence of nuclear weapons is a source of threat and distrust in international relations," Dehqani said, addressing the First Committee of the United Nations General Assembly in New York on Friday.
In November 2012, the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) established an Open-Ended Working Group for all member states "to develop proposals to take forward multilateral nuclear disarmament negotiations for the achievement and maintenance of a world without nuclear weapons.
Nuclear disarmament advocates have provided a strong moral voice for the total disarmament of nuclear weapons, but if they are to remain credible participants in the disarmament process, they must redouble their efforts to assist in the difficult technical and political obstacles that stand in the way of a world without nuclear weapons.
By Bonifacio Taban Kuich March 2, 2013 (BENTIU) - Local leaders in Unity state called for a new round of voluntarily civilian disarmament at a two-day conference in Bentiu last week to address the issue of violent crime and cattle raiding.
THE Geneva UN Conference on Disarmament (CD) has been turned into a talking shop because of the vested interests of a few mighty states without whose consent no genuine nuclear disarmament, including abolition of nuclear weapons, would ever be within the realm of possibility.
SIPRI Yearbook 2010: Armaments, Disarmament and International Security, by Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, Oxford University Press, 2010, ISBN 978-0-19-958112-2, hardback, 580 pages, $185.