An international forum on nuclear nonproliferation and disarmament began Friday in Tokyo to discuss ways to step up measures to strengthen the global regime to prevent nuclear arms races.

Nobuo Matsunaga, vice chairman of the Japan Institute of International Affairs, a Tokyo-based private think tank, asked some 20 experts participating from 17 countries to be “constructive and flexible” in finalizing policy recommendations in a report.

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