Thursday, March 28, 2013

Will they, won't they?

A last-minute hitch is blocking the adoption of the UN Arms Trade Treaty. Apparently, Iran, North Korea, and Syria have indicated their intention to block the consensus, claiming that the rules of procedure require every State's acceptance of the accord. Furious attempts were under way to find a solution, with the President using every diplomatic tool at his disposal so that the Conference could agree on the text of the treaty today. Watch this space...

18 comments:

  1. This only bring reign and terror for other country. I hope they can resolve it.

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  2. On the update the nokor and iran said no to ATT which is a wise choice for them.

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  3. It's to hard for ordinary citizen to understand the UN Arms Trade Treaty. I hope they will explain that better

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  4. The Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) is a multilateral treaty which has not entered into force that regulates the international trade in conventional weapons. International weapons commerce has been estimated to reach US$70 billion a year.

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  5. I hope it is never ratified. I am a female and I am NOT giving my guns up

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  6. I hope they will resolves this as fast as possible

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  7. How to deal with this. I dont really understand treaty

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  8. Please pray for now having implemented this treaty.

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  9. What is the meaning of UN Arms Trade Treaty ? can anyone explain it . thanks

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