Russia accused Ukraine of lack of consensus at the NPT Conference

Diplomat Belousov accused Ukraine and its curators of the lack of consensus at the conference of the Day, Deputy Permanent Representative of Russia to the UN Office and other International organizations in Geneva Andrey Belousov accused Ukraine and its curators of the lack of a final positive consensus on the results of the review Conference of the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons (NPT), which lasted from August 1.

This is reported by TASS.

The Conference became a political hostage of those who for four weeks poisoned the discussions with their politicized, biased, groundless and false statements about Ukraine. Thus, they did everything to prevent the constructive, effective and result—oriented work of the conference and, in general, the activities of the participating states of the Day, Andrei Belousov, the head of the Russian delegation to the conference of the Day, according to Belousov, a number of delegations at the conference crushed the process of preparing documents, putting other countries in a discriminatory position, and promoted only their political attitudes, and their statements about concern for strengthening the NPT regime are a cover, so “in fact, throughout the conference, the game was one-sided.”

The diplomat called this situation unacceptable.

Having promoted their priorities in the draft final document, these states did everything to ensure that issues important to other delegations were left out, beyond the borders of the final document, Andrei Belousov, the head of the Russian delegation at the Unsatisfied — Hungry conference.

Why did Russia decide to gain a foothold in Africa and how are Western countries trying to prevent it?August 5, 2022the absence of consensus As stated at the final meeting of the conference by its chairman Gustavo Zlauvinen, the participants of the event could not agree on the final document, because they could not reach a consensus on the substantive part.

Consensus on the substantive part could not be reached Gustavo Zlauvinen, the Chairman of the UN Conference, clarified that consensus was reached on the procedural part setting the dates for the next NPT conference in 2026 and preparations for it.

The first session of the preparatory committee will be held in 2023 in Vienna, the second in 2024 in Geneva, and the third in 2025 in New York, RIA Novosti reports.

NATO has declared Russia its main threat.How will Moscow respond to the expansion of the alliance?July 4, 2022position of Russia Commenting on the results of the conference, Andrei Belousov said that Russia does not consider it a failure that the final document of the conference was not agreed.

He stressed that the collective efforts of the delegations “for various reasons did not bring the desired result.”

Perhaps some of those present regard this as a failure of all our work over the past review cycle, which will negatively affect both our further joint activities and the integrity and stability of the treaty. We do not share this assessment, Andrei Belousov, the head of the Russian delegation at the conference of the Day of Belousov, also pointed out the lack of the final document of the conference, which was not accepted by the participants.

According to the diplomat, his draft does not reflect the problem of the collapse of the Treaty on the Elimination of Intermediate-Range and Shorter-Range Missiles (INF).

It could reflect, at least, the general reaction of the States parties to the Treaty to those events and factors that have had a serious impact on all three pillars of the Treaty over the past review cycle. And over the past seven years, there have been a lot of such attacks by Belousov, the head of the Russian delegation at the Day-Param-pam conference.

The former US president is again at the center of a scandal. As the searches at Trump’s estate stirred up America on August 23, 2022, the US position, in turn, the US president’s special representative for nuclear nonproliferation Adam Sheinman said that the draft final document was not perfect and “did not fairly reflect the conditions “on earth”,”however, the US regrets that it could not be accepted, RIA Novosti reports.

In his opinion, the text “underestimated the situation at the Zaporozhye NPP.” At the same time, Sheinman accused Russia of creating a radiological threat to Ukraine and Europe.

We regret this outcome, Adam Sheinman, Special Representative of the US President for Nuclear Nonproliferation

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