150 states, including all European Union members, supported resolution on ban to development and production of new mass destruction weapons and new systems based on such weapons. Belarus initiated the document adopted at session of first committee of UN General Assembly. USA polled contra, Israel abstained
The resolution was composed by 13 states, including Armenia, Azerbaijan, Venezuela, Georgia, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, North Korea, Russia, Tajikistan and Ukraine.
Alexander Baichorov, head of international safety and weapon control department under Belarusian MFA, emphasized that the Belarus-initiated resolution allows to maintain international means of mass annihilation weapon development control, so necessary in today’s world.