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Follow-up Committee on Israeli nuclear activity recommends Arab supervision
01/02/2012 | LOC13:10
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| Arab News
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Cairo, Feb 1 (KUNA) -- The committee following up the Israeli nuclear activity called on senior Arab officials to prepare for taking part in the 2012 Finland 2011 conference.
The committee, headed by the representative of Mauritania Mohammad Ahmad Ould Ismael, with the participation representatives of 15 countries, besides the Director General of the Arab Authority for Nuclear Energy, and the delegation of the Arab League General Secretariat, concluded its 31st meeting late last night.
The committee stressed the importance of working to reach a unified Arab position to take practical steps on transforming the Middle East into a nuclear weapons-free zone.
They also discussed possible options on ways to end the ambiguities concerning the Israeli nuclear program.
The committee also tackled the possibility the 2012 Finland conference might fail in establishing a nuclear free zone, considering the recommendations of the senior officials committee formed upon a resolution of the Arab League.
The committee called on Arab countries to speed up preparing a comprehensive evaluation of an Arab draft resolution of the Israeli nuclear capacity to allow the General Secretariat of the Arab League to brief the Council of Arab Foreign Ministers by the next summit to organize the best policy to be taken at the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) General Conference.
The committee examined Israel's violation of international laws banning the "use depleted uranium against civilians, and burying radioactive waste in occupied Arab territories.
The Finland conference will discuss a nuclear weapons-free zone in the Middle East, in implementation of the 2010 resolution of reviewing the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT). (end) mf.bna.lb KUNA 011310 Feb 12NNNN
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