Mun Resolution Libya

Mun Resolution Libya

The General Assembly First Committee
Main Submitter: Libya
Question Of: Revisiting the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty in the 21st Century


Keeping in mind that nuclear weapons pose a significant threat to the general well-being and safety of the world,
Noting the destruction that may be caused by the use of nuclear weapons;
Observing that it is possible that certain nations may hold malevolent intent for their nuclear weapons, whether existing or that will come to exist,
Guided by the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT),
Bearing in Mind that many nations have thus far taken limited action on reducing nuclear armaments,

Taking into account that the eight nations that are currently in possession of nuclear weapons are the key players in reducing armaments,

Welcoming the idea of nuclear weapon disarmament,

Expressing that only non-proliferation without disarmament through the NPT will create a sense of vulnerability within the non-nuclear states,

Noting with regret that the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty allows these current weapon holders to maintain their weapons,

Recognizing, that any actions made by this committee cannot infringe upon the national sovereignty of any country,

Upholding the idea for nuclear weapons disarmament,

Remembering that as part of the United Nations General Assembly, DISEC is unable to impose sanctions on nuclear weapons,

Noting with deep concern the continual threat of nuclear weapons in our world with the capability to cause destruction and catastrophe that can escalate beyond control,

Viewing with appreciation, the aid of like minded countries in the confrontation of nuclear arms proliferation and disarmament,

1. Defines nuclear arms proliferation as the spread of nuclear weapons, fissile material, and weapons-applicable to nuclear technology, to nations that are not recognized under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty;

2. Calls upon all nations to...

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