Prosor: Israel yet to make decision on ME nuclear summit

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March 31, 2012 05:34

 
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Israel's UN ambassador Ron Prosor said Friday that Israel has not yet made a decision whether to participate or not in an international conference on ridding the Middle East of nuclear weapons.

The United Nations is pressing for a conference this year and UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon has previously said he hoped Israel would attend.

Israel would only be willing to join a nuclear free zone "when there will be comprehensive peace in the region. Before that we feel that this is something that is absolutely not relevant," Prosor said.

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