Member states of the U.N. nuclear agency on Friday rejected an Arab resolution singling out Israel for criticism over its assumed atomic arsenal, in a diplomatic victory for Western powers that opposed the initiative. Arab states had submitted the non-binding resolution to the annual gathering in Vienna for the first time since 2010 to signal their frustration at the lack of progress in efforts to move towards a Middle East free of nuclear weapons. Fifty-one countries voted against the text and 43 states for.
Resolution targeting Israel rejected at UN nuclear assembly
Fifty-one countries voted against and 43 states for the resolution that would call on Israel
20 Eylül 2013 Cuma 08:27