Saudi Arabia calls for disarmament of all WMD’s

Saudi Arabia calls for disarmament of all WMD's

Saudi Arabia calls for disarmament of all WMD’s

(The Hague) – Saudi Arabia has reiterated the importance of the implementation of the Chemical Weapons Convention, on the basis of its policy to dispose of all weapons of mass destruction, WMD’s, under strict and effective international control in accordance with the first paragraph of the Convention Preamble.
These comments were made during the 77th session of the Executive Council of the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, by the Saudi Ambassador to the Netherlands, and its permanent representative to the Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al-Shaghrud, which started in The Hague.
Al-Shaghrud said that Saudi’s commitment to the Convention and its interest in its implementation at national and international levels, is an extension of its policy aimed at contributing actively in the efforts to ban and prohibit all WMD’s, leading to making the Middle East free of these deadly weapons.
The Saudi Ambassador has called upon the international community on several occasions to provide the support necessary to achieve this goal, seen by Saudi Arabia as a legitimate right of the region’s peoples, especially that it is a major support of the region’s security and stability.
(Courtesy WAM)

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