China Pushes Indonesia to Voice Against Australia's Nuclear Plan
According to Fu, the agreement contains a commitment that no countries with nuclear weapons will target each other as well as countries with no nuclear weapons.
"This agreement will help increase mutual trust and reduce the risk of misunderstandings and miscalculations," he said.
Fu was confident that the international community would take this opportunity to recognize the importance of a treaty reaffirming its commitments and supporting the pillars of nuclear disarmament, nuclear non-proliferation, and the right to develop nuclear technology for peaceful purposes.
"China will continue to communicate and coordinate with the other four countries to enhance mutual trust and work together to build global peace and security," Fu said. (ant/dil/mcr20/jpnn)
This news has been broadcast on JPNN.com with the title: 5 Negara Besar Sepakat Tolak Senjata Nuklir, China Minta Indonesia Manut
China has encouraged Indonesia to voice its concerns over Australia's planned nuclear submarine development.
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