Today's commitment by President Moon and Chairman Kim to a Korean Peninsula free of the threat of nuclear weapons will make their people and the world safer. The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons remains the best vehicle to achieving this vision and the clear pathway to denuclearising both North and South Korea
As Kim Jong Un and Donald Trump signed an “agreement” in Singapore today, ICAN welcomes the diplomatic efforts but warns that only a process based in international law and existing treaty frameworks will achieve nuclear disarmament and fully denuclearise the Korean Peninsula
If Trump and Kim really want tomorrow’s summit to do more than just capture the world’s attention, they must embark on a long-term path to denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula. We have a roadmap to help them make it happen.
Today, the White House confirmed that the long-awaited summit between the USA and the Democratic People's Republic of Korea will not take place. But the future of the Korean Peninsula does not belong to Trump.
The International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) welcomes the efforts from North and South Korea to denuclearize the Korean peninsula.
ICAN strongly condemned the third nuclear weapon test carried out on 12 February by North Korea