HIROSHIMA — Nuclear arms reduction plans crafted this week by an international panel in Hiroshima will take too long to bring about a world free of such weapons, atomic bomb survivors and antinuclear nongovernmental organizations said.

The International Commission on Nuclear Nonproliferation and Disarmament agreed on the action plans after a three-day meeting in Hiroshima to discuss recommendations to world leaders on concrete steps for nuclear arms reduction.

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