Syrian Ambassador to the United Nations Bassam Al-Sabbagh affirmed that the survival of the Israeli enemy entity outside the framework of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons and the Comprehensive Safeguards Agreement of the International Atomic Energy Agency poses a serious threat to the non-proliferation regime and threatens international peace and security.
Ambassador Sabbagh said that Israel's rejection of all initiatives calling for a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East threatens security and stability in the Middle East. To subject its nuclear facilities to IAEA comprehensive safeguards makes it a threat to international peace and security.
Ambassador Sabbagh warned of the danger that the Israeli enemy entity for decades to this day to strengthen its nuclear military capabilities secretly and away from any international control in cooperation with some Western countries that provided this entity Dimona reactor, which produces nuclear weapons and nuclear materials and technology enabled him to possess a huge arsenal of warheads Nuclear and its means of delivery include intercontinental ballistic missiles carrying nuclear warheads and submarines carrying missiles with nuclear warheads.
Ambassador Al-Sabbagh reviewed all international initiatives to make the Middle East a zone free of nuclear weapons and all other weapons of mass destruction, including the Syrian initiative in 2003 during its membership in the Security Council to submit a draft resolution in this regard.
He said that none of these initiatives has succeeded because Israel continues to defy the international community and refuse to join the NPT on the basis of the absolute support of its allies, led by the United States of America, which is always confronting any international resolution or initiative that could put an end to its possession. Israel “has nuclear capabilities, either by imposing incapacitating conditions, conducting parallel misinformation campaigns, or fabricating accusations and lies to other countries in order to divert attention from the threat of Israeli nuclear capabilities.
Ambassador Sabbagh concluded by saying that Syria believes that the time has come for the international community to stand up to the policy of overlooking dangerous Israeli practices and take a clear decision and practical steps to oblige Israel to join the NPT and subject all its facilities to IAEA inspection without any condition or conditions. Restriction.
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