Delegates from Panama became active participants of Kazakhstan’s anti-nuclear forum in the UN headquarters. They supported President Nazarbayev’s initiatives and expressed confidence that Kazakhstan would make an even greater contribution to nuclear non-proliferation and disarmament. Permanent Representative of Panama to the United Nations Laura Flores believes that the work of Kazakhstan in the UN Security Council, the main body of the world organization that responsible for the establishment of peace, will strengthen the promotion of important issues and Kazakhstan’s aspiration for the comprehensive nuclear test ban is among them.

 

LAURA FLORES, PERMANENT REPRESENTATIVE OF PANAMA TO UNITED NATIONS:

Kazakhstan has its own history, which is very painful history of why you’ve come to that proposal, but it now serves the world. And it’s truly an honor to be part of this day. This is a timely moment and we’re much honored to have Kazakhstan for the first time, as a relatively new country in the Security Council. It’s a relatively new country but a country of huge proportions and of amazing history and contributions such as this one. So we are very much looking forward to an increased advocacy that we will surely hear from Kazakhstan in times of this topic of banning nuclear weapons.

 

 

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