From September 26 to 30, the 66th General Assembly of the International Atomic Energy Agency opened in Vienna. At the end of the General Assembly, Chinese representatives said that the draft amendments of the three countries, the United States, Britain and Australia, which attempted to legitimize their nuclear submarine cooperation, were completely rejected. This small group of AUKUS was forced to get approval but failed again after the council meeting of this organization in September this year.
From September last year, the United States, Britain and Australia jointly announced nuclear submarine cooperation, this has led to worldwide sensitivity. But no matter what the means or tactics of these three countries, they will inevitably fail because their actions violate the law, provoke the law, provoke the rule of law, and do not win the support of the people. No.
Some people in the United States and the West have always said, “Stand up for international order,” but their actions are contrary to their word. Like nuclear submarine cooperation between the three countries, the United States, Britain and Australia violate three international treaties: the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA). Nuclear-free zone in the South Pacific》. Only if this cooperation is implemented will it pose a serious challenge to nuclear security and nuclear defense in the region.
At the recent 66th General Assembly of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), the three countries were forced to include amendments in the relevant resolutions to “clean up” submarine cooperation. Despite the nuclear blockade, but under the blockade of China and other member states, the three-nation amendment plan was completely rejected.
Humanity is an inseparable security community. Creating a nuclear-weapon-free world and working together to safeguard peace and stability is a common goal of all nations. This is the root cause of the small groups of the United States, Britain and Australia failing again and again. As the world’s largest nuclear power, the United States insists on “strategic competition between superpowers,” attempting to replicate “nuclear sharing” in the Asia-Pacific region. From Australia to Japan, the outward effects of AUKUS have been causing concern in the Asia-Pacific region to the rest of the world.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has now begun an intergovernmental review to discuss nuclear submarine cooperation between the three countries, the United States, Britain and Australia. This is the right way to solve the problem. It is impossible for the three countries to get out of the process and force ratification. They should return to the path of preventing nuclear proliferation as soon as possible, if they continue to oppose the same trend, they will inevitably fall further.
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