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Vietnam Peace Committee hails the entry into force of treaty banning nuclear weapons

The Vietnam Peace Committee has recently released a message hailing the entry into force of the “Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons” (TPNW) on January 22.

Vietnam reaffirms support for non-proliferation of nuclear weapons

Vietnam consistently supports disarmament and the non-proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons, Ambassador Pham Hai Anh, Chargé d'Affaires of the Vietnamese mission to the United Nations (UN), has said.

Over 277,700 signatures collected in Hanoi supporting elimination of nuclear weapons

Over 277,700 signatures have been collected in Hanoi in the first phase of a campaign called “Appeal of the Hibakusha (atomic bomb survivors)”, which calls for the elimination of nuclear weapons.

Vietnam calls for efforts to end nuclear arms race

Ambassador Duong Chi Dung, head of Vietnam's permanent mission to the UN in Geneva, has affirmed Vietnam’s support for efforts to disarm nuclear weapons through regional and international multilateral mechanisms.


Japan to hand over nuclear material to United States

Japan has agreed at a nuclear summit in The Hague to turn over hundreds of kilos of nuclear material to the United States. 

The world does not need nuclear bombs, just nuclear power

 VietNamNet Bridge would like to introduce opinions by Mr. Tran Thanh Minh, former Dean of the Da Lat University, a senior expert of nuclear power in Vietnam, about North Korea’s plan to test the fourth nuclear bomb.

Political Headlines January 9

 Prime Minister welcomes head of international atomic agency, Defence Ministry aims for stronger defence diplomacy, Prime Minister vows to tackle corruption; Prime Minister to visit Cambodia

Guarded hopes as Iran nuclear talks kick off in Geneva

 A fresh round of talks on Iran's disputed nuclear programme kicks off in Geneva on Thursday with Tehran saying a deal may finally be possible in the long-running standoff.

Iranian president pledges to never develop nuclear weapons: U.S. media

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani told a major U.S. network on Wednesday that his administration will never develop nuclear weapons and that he has full authority to make a deal with Western powers on his country's atomic program.