NEW YORK (Kyodo) A Japan-proposed U.N. resolution for disarmament will be put to a vote Wednesday, a U.N. diplomatic source said.

Resolutions calling for the elimination of nuclear weapons have been submitted by Japan and approved annually for 15 years since 1994.

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