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[en] On 25 February the Holy See became the sixty-third non-nuclear weapon State to accede to or ratify the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons, when its representatives deposited instruments of accession in Moscow, London and Washington, the capitals of the three Depositary Governments for the Treaty. (author)
[en] This speech was delivered at the International Conference on the Nuclear Fuel Cycle, in Stockholm, 30 October 1975 For fifteen years the International Atomic Energy Agency has been applying safeguards. The drafters of the Agency's Statute wished firstly to make sure that the promotional activities of the Agency would not lead to a spread of nuclear weapons capability. The Agency was, therefore, authorized by Statute to take control measures - which we call 'safeguards' - in connection with its projects to ensure this aim. It was also hoped that, as more international co-operation in the nuclear field was channelled through the Agency, safeguards would extend even further so that the Agency would become a primary deterrent to the proliferation of nuclear weapons. (author)
[en] A peaceful nuclear explosion test was carried out by India on 18 May, 1974 at Pokharan in the Rajasthan Desert. The test was carried out as a part of India's steady programme to develop nuclear energy for peaceful purposes and there was no diversion of resources from development as is charged by some nations. The test has broken the monopoly of the nuclear superpowers to conduct nuclear tests for which they are entiltled by the Non-proliferation Treaty (NPT) and at the same time, sharply focussed the attention on the discriminatory character of the NPT which does not allow non-nuclear states to carry out nuclear tests even for peaceful purposes. It is argued that India's going nuclear may prove, in the long run, beneficial to the cause of disarmament. (M.G.B.)
[en] The text of the Agreement between Yugoslavia and the Agency for the application of safeguards in connection with the Treaty on the Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons is reproduced in this document for the information of all Members. The Agreement entered into force on 28 December 1973, pursuant to Article 25.
[en] The text of the Agreement between the Agency and Argentina relating to the application of safeguards is reproduced in this document for the information of all Members. The Agreement entered into force on 23 October 1973 pursuant to Section 10.
[en] World developments in the field of peaceful uses of atomic energy in the past five years since the signature of the Treaty on Non-Proliferation of Nuclear Weapons are reviewed and current state of the Treaty implementation is discussed. The role of IAEA in safeguarding the observance of the Treaty and in promoting peaceful development of nuclear power is highly esteemed. In the discussion of the respective paragraphs of the Treaty and of the Geneva Declaration the views of the Soviet Union relating to nuclear power are briefly indicated. (L.O.)
[en] The Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) and its associated safeguards are discussed. A NPT conference was held in Geneva on May 5 to 30, 1975, and its deliberations are summarized, with discussions of the various articles of the treaty. (8 figs)