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Japan will reintroduce during the current session of the United Nations General Assembly a resolution calling for the complete elimination of nuclear weapons, Japan’s ambassador on disarmament issues said Wednesday.

Seiichiro Noboru told a U.N. committee meeting: “Japan is considering introducing again this year its resolution titled ‘A path to the total elimination of nuclear weapons.’ We look forward to its adoption with the support of an overwhelming majority.”

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