President Zuma Calls for Dismantling of Nuclear Weapons

Publication Date:
21 September 2017
South Africa, Arms and Military Affairs, Governance, International Organizations and Africa

President Jacob Zuma has made a clarion call to world leaders to sign a Treaty that seeks to ban the use of nuclear weapons. The president was addressing the UN General Assembly in New York. He also spoke of the need to resolve conflicts in Africa and for countries to honour the Paris Climate Agreement.


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