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Annan tells India to sign CTBT

April 28, 2005 11:14 IST

United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan on Thursday urged India to sign the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty that is against nuclear testing.

He also asked India to support another treaty that will put a cap on the production of fissile material needed for making atomic weapons.

"I hope India will soon sign and ratify the CTBT, and also give active support to the negotiations on a fissile material cut-off treaty," Annan said.

India, which came out of the nuclear closet in 1998 conducting five tests, has resisted signing the CTBT describing it as discriminatory.


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Number of User Comments: 16




Sub: It is time Kofi steps down. He is now becoming an HMV version.

This is the same guy who was a silent spectator when the Neanderthaal attacked and attached Iraq in stark, shameless and Jenghiz-khan- styled contravention of ...


Posted by chanakya





Sub: Now Annan don't have the right to ask India for signing CTBT

Dear Sir, Where was Annan when US invaded Iraq. Where are all human right records going. The country which boasts of Democracy is doing Atrocities ...


Posted by Nazim Ali





Sub: NPT

Why push just some countries like India? Be a man and get those power abusers to the table first - especially, the only country (not ...


Posted by ksey





Sub: Annan Tells India to Sign CTBT

Would someone please ask Kofi Annan to kindly keep his mouth closed and open it only when he is talking to USA & other rouge ...


Posted by Dr YNI Anand





Sub: No to CTBT

Don't go into the trap of Annan.


Posted by Naveen




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