- The world’s top five nuclear-weapon states have issued a joint statement
- He said no country can win a nuclear war
- All nations have ratified the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and our weapons are not against anyone
In the midst of tensions in Europe and Asia, the five world powers have jointly issued a major statement on nuclear weapons. These countries have stated that their nuclear weapons are not mutually exclusive. He said his biggest responsibility was to avoid any war between the nuclear-armed nations and to reduce strategic risks.
These countries issued a joint statement
The joint statement was issued by Russia, the United States, China, France and the United Kingdom. The Russian presidency, the Kremlin and the US presidency, the White House, have issued statements on their respective websites, saying we intend to maintain and strengthen our national measures to prevent the unauthorized or unplanned use of nuclear weapons. Under this, approval at the highest level is obtained before the use of nuclear weapons.
Our nuclear weapons are not mutually exclusive
In addition, the five countries reiterated their commitment to the validity of our previous statements on nuclear weapons. “We make sure none of our nuclear weapons are aimed at one another or anyone else,” he said. Both countries promise that nuclear war will never be won and will never be fought.
Weapons are there to prevent war and stop aggression
All five countries have stated that they will use nuclear weapons only for defensive purposes, as they could have far-reaching consequences. It uses it to prevent aggression and to prevent war. We firmly believe that the further spread of such weapons must be prevented. All five countries reaffirmed their obligations under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty.
Russia is leading the nuclear arms race
According to the SIPRI report, the nine nuclear-armed countries currently have a total of 13,080 nuclear weapons. This includes Russia’s 6,255 and the United States 5,550 nuclear weapons. In addition, France has 290, Britain 225, Israel 90 and North Korea 40-50 nuclear weapons. These figures cannot be said to be completely accurate as each country keeps its nuclear programs completely secret.
Some more countries are developing nuclear weapons
Seven other countries besides Russia and the United States are still developing or maintaining nuclear weapons. “China is halfway there in increasing and modernizing its nuclear arsenal. Pakistan is also adding to its nuclear arsenal,” Sibri said. The SIPRI statement comes at a time of year-long clashes between India and China in eastern Ladakh. However, a ceasefire has been in place on the Pakistan border since February.
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