Pages tagged "NATO"



  • Hungary

    Nuclear-weapon endorser

    Did not participate in TPNW negotiations

    Has not yet joined TPNW

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    Hungary has not yet signed or ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. It did not participate in the negotiation of the treaty at the United Nations in New York in 2017 and thus did not vote on its adoption. 

    Hungary supports the retention and potential use of nuclear weapons on its behalf, as indicated by its endorsement of various alliance statements of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), of which it is a member.

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    Hungary voted against a UN General Assembly resolution in 20198 that welcomed the adoption of the treaty and called upon “all states that have not yet done so to sign, ratify, accept, approve, or accede to the treaty at the earliest possible date”.

    On the opening day of the TPNW negotiating conference in 2017, it joined the United States and several other states in protesting the treaty-making process.

    In 2016, Hungary voted against the UN General Assembly resolution that established the formal mandate for states to commence the negotiations in 2017 on “a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination”.

    In a “non-paper” sent to NATO members ahead of the vote, the United States “strongly encourage[d]” members, including Hungary, to vote against the resolution, “not to merely abstain”. In addition, it said that, if the treaty negotiations do commence, allies and partners should "refrain from joining them”.

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    [PARTNERS]

    Hungarian Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War 

    website

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    Support for TPNW Get involved with ICAN in Hungary›

    There are currently no elected representatives or local or regional bodies in this country committed to supporting the TPNW through the ICAN Cities Appeal or ICAN Parliamentary Pledge. Find out what you can do to support the TPNW in this country.

  • Iceland

    Nuclear-weapon endorser

    Did not participate in TPNW negotiations

    Has not yet joined TPNW

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    Iceland supports the retention and potential use of nuclear weapons on its behalf, as indicated by its endorsement of various alliance statements of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), of which it is a member.

    Iceland has not yet signed or ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. It did not participate in the negotiation of the treaty at the United Nations in New York in 2017 and thus did not vote on its adoption.

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    The prime minister of Iceland, Katrín Jakobsdóttir, has pledged to work for her country’s signature and ratification of the treaty. She made this commitment in September 2017, prior to assuming the office of prime minister.

    In February 2018, a group of Icelandic parliamentarians proposed a motion that the parliament of Iceland “resolves to entrust the government with ensuring that Iceland accedes to the United Nations Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons”. The matter was referred to the foreign affairs committee of the parliament.

    In a submission to the committee, the ministry of foreign affairs of Iceland indicated that it does not support the treaty. A number of organisations, including the Icelandic Red Cross, made submissions in support of the motion. It remains on the parliamentary agenda.

    Iceland voted against a UN General Assembly resolution in 2019 that welcomed the adoption of the treaty and called upon “all states that have not yet done so to sign, ratify, accept, approve, or accede to the treaty at the earliest possible date”.

    In 2016, Iceland voted against the UN General Assembly resolution that established the formal mandate for states to commence the negotiations in 2017 on “a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination”.

    In a “non-paper” sent to NATO members ahead of the vote, the United States “strongly encourage[d]” members, including Iceland, to vote against the resolution, “not to merely abstain”. In addition, it said that, if the treaty negotiations do commence, allies and partners should "refrain from joining them”.

    In the past, Iceland had called for intensified efforts to outlaw nuclear weapons in light of their unacceptable humanitarian consequences.

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    Samtök hernaðarandstæðingar (Campaign against Militarism) 

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    Menningar og friðarsamtökin MFÍK

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    ICAN Parliamentary Pledge

    These are the Belgian elected representatives that support and promote the TPNW:

    Ágúst Ólafur Ágústsson
    Albertína Friðbjörg Elíasdóttir
    Andrés Ingi Jónsson
    Ari Trausti Guðmundsson
    Ásta Guðrún Helgadóttir*
    Birgitta Jónsdóttir*
    Björn Leví Gunnarsson
    Bjarkey Olsen Gunnarsdóttir
    Einar Brynjólfsson*
    Eva Pandora Baldursdóttir*
    Gunnar Hrafn Jónsson*
    Guðjón S. Brjánsson
    Guðmundur Andri Thorsson
    Halla Signý Kristjánsdóttir
    Halldóra Mogensen
    Helga Vala Helgadóttir
    Helgi Hrafn Gunnarsson
    Inga Sæland
    Katrín Jakobsdóttir
    Kolbeinn Óttarsson Proppé
    Lilja Rafney Magnúsdóttir
    Logi Einarsson
    Nichole Leigh Mosty
    Oddný G. Harðardóttir
    Ólafur Þór Gunnarsson
    Rósa Björk Brynjólfsdóttir
    Smári McCarthy
    Steingrímur J. Sigfússon
    Steinunn Þóra Árnadóttir
    Svandís Svavarsdóttir
    Þórhildur Sunna Ævarsdóttir

  • Albania

    Nuclear-weapon endorser

    Did not participate in TPNW negotiations

    Has not yet joined the TPNW

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    Albania supports the retention and potential use of nuclear weapons on its behalf, as indicated by its endorsement of various alliance statements of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), of which it is a member.

    Albania has not yet signed or ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. It did not participate in the negotiation of the treaty at the United Nations in New York in 2017 and thus did not vote on its adoption.

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    Albania boycotted the TPNW negotiations, has not adhered to the Treaty, and is not in compliance with all of the prohibitions in Article 1. Albania may sign and ratify the TPNW, but would have to make changes to its policies and practices to become compliant.

    Albania voted against a UN General Assembly resolution in 2018 that welcomed the adoption of the treaty and called upon “all states that have not yet done so to sign, ratify, accept, approve, or accede to the treaty at the earliest possible date”.

    On the opening day of the TPNW negotiating conference in 2017, Albania joined the United States and several other states in protesting the treaty-making process.

    In a “non-paper” sent to NATO members ahead of the vote at the negotiating conference, the United States “strongly encourage[d]” members, including Albania, to vote against the resolution, “not to merely abstain”. In addition, it said that, if the treaty negotiations do commence, allies and partners should "refrain from joining them”.

    In 2016, Albania voted in favour of the UN General Assembly resolution that established the formal mandate for states to commence the negotiations in 2017 on “a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination”. However it later informed the UN secretariat that it had intended to vote against the resolution.

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    [PARTNERS]

    Së Bashku" foundation

    [LOCALSUPPORT]

    Get involved to support the TPNW 

    There are currently no elected representatives or local or regional bodies in Albania committed to supporting the TPNW through the ICAN Cities Appeal and Parliamentary PledgeFind out what you can do to support the TPNW

  • Greece

    Nuclear-weapon endorser

    Did not participate in TPNW negotiations

    Has not yet joined TPNW

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    Greece supports the retention and potential use of nuclear weapons on its behalf, as indicated by its endorsement of various alliance statements of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), of which it is a member.

    Greece has not yet signed or ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. It did not participate in the negotiation of the treaty at the United Nations in New York in 2017 and thus did not vote on its adoption. 

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    Greece voted against a UN General Assembly resolution in 2019 that welcomed the adoption of the treaty and called upon “all states that have not yet done so to sign, ratify, accept, approve, or accede to the treaty at the earliest possible date”.

    On the opening day of the TPNW negotiating conference in 2017, Greece joined the United States and several other states in protesting the treaty-making process.

    In 2016, Greece voted against the UN General Assembly resolution that established the formal mandate for states to commence the negotiations in 2017 on “a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination”.

    In a “non-paper” sent to NATO members ahead of the vote, the United States “strongly encourage[d]” members, including Greece, to vote against the resolution, “not to merely abstain”. In addition, it said that, if the treaty negotiations do commence, allies and partners should "refrain from joining them”.

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    [PARTNERS]

    Greek Medical Association for the Protection of the Environment and Against Nuclear and Biochemical Threat

    website

    [LOCALSUPPORT]

    Local support Get involved with ICAN in this country ›

    Gerasimos Balaouras
    George Dimaras
    Kostas Douzinas
    Thodoris Dritsas
    Dimitris Emmanouilidis
    Chara Kafandari
    Giannis Konstantineas
    Tasos Kourakis
    Panagiota Kozompli
    Eleni Stamataki
    Nikos Syrmalenios
    Maria Triantafillou

    Greece European Parliament
    Knut Fleckenstein MEP
    Kuneva Kostadinka MEP
    Stelios Kouloglou MEP
    Dimitris Papadimoulis MEP

  • Canada

    Nuclear-weapon endorser

    Did not participate in TPNW negotiations

    Has not yet joined TPNW

    [HIGHLIGHTS]

    Canada supports the retention and potential use of nuclear weapons on its behalf, as indicated by its endorsement of various alliance statements of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO), of which it is a member.

    Canada has not yet signed or ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. It did not participate in the negotiation of the treaty at the United Nations in New York in 2017 and thus did not vote on its adoption. 

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    [COLLAPSE_O]

    In a statement in Geneva in February 2018, the then-minister for foreign affairs of Canada, Chrystia Freeland, said that the “popularity” of the treaty “speaks to the desire of countries, activists, and communities to accelerate the work toward disarmament” and “reflects frustration and disappointment at the pace of global efforts so far”.

    Canada’s New Democratic Party and Green Party have criticised the Liberal government for its failure to sign the treaty. The government voted against a parliamentary motion in 2017 urging it to sign the treaty.

    Several Canadian cities, including Toronto and Vancouver, have urged the Canadian government to sign and ratify the treaty.

    Setsuko Thurlow, a renowned disarmament campaigner and survivor of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima, who jointly accepted the Nobel Peace Prize awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons in 2017, has repeatedly called on the Canadian government to change its stance.

    Canada voted against a UN General Assembly resolution in 2019 that welcomed the adoption of the treaty and called upon “all states that have not yet done so to sign, ratify, accept, approve, or accede to the treaty at the earliest possible date”.

    In 2016, Canada voted against the UN General Assembly resolution that established the formal mandate for states to commence the negotiations in 2017 on “a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination”.

    In a “non-paper” sent to NATO members ahead of the vote, the United States “strongly encourage[d]” members, including Canada, to vote against the resolution, “not to merely abstain”. In addition, it said that, if the treaty negotiations do commence, allies and partners should "refrain from joining them”.

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    [PARTNERS]

    Anglican Church of Canada

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    Canadian Pugwash Group

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    Canadian Quakers 

    Green Party of Canada

    website


    Hamilton City Council

    website


    Peace Watch Unitarians 

    Physicians for Global Survival

    website


    Project Ploughshares

    website


    Powell River City Council

    website


    Religious Society of Friends 

    Rideau Institute / Ceasefire.ca

    website


    Saskatchewan Council for International Cooperation 

    website


    Saskatchewan Medical Association

    website


    Science for Peace

    website


    Vision GRAM-International 

    website


    Voice of Women Nova Scotia

    website


    Canadian Voice of Women for Peace 

    website


    Nonviolence International Canada

    website


    Mines Action Canada 

    website


    Sudbury noon Rotary Club 

    website


    Rotarians4NuclearBan
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    ICAN Cities Appeal

    These are the cities and towns in this country speaking out in support of the TPNW:

    Toronto

    North Saanich, BC

    Saanich, BC

    Sooke, BC

    Vancouver, BC

    Victoria, BC

    Cape Breton, Nova Scotia

    ICAN Parliamentary Pledge

    These are the elected representatives in this country that support and promote the TPNW:

    Daniel Blaikie MP
    Marjolaine Boutin-Sweet MP
    François Choquette MP
    Don Davies MP
    Linda Duncan MP
    Cheryl Hardcastle MP
    Carol Hughes MP
    Gord Johns MP
    Hélène Laverdière MP
    Sheila Malcolmson MP*
    Irene Mathyssen MP
    Elizabeth May MP
    Thomas Mulcair MP*
    Randall Garrison MP
    Paul Manly MP

     

     

  • Belgium

    Nuclear-weapon endorser: hosts nuclear weapons on its territory

    20 U.S. nuclear weapons hosted

    Did not participate in TPNW negotiations

    Has not yet joined TPNW

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    Belgium is one of the five NATO states to host U.S. nuclear weapons as part of NATO's nuclear sharing agreement. The Belgian air force is assigned approximately 20 B61 nuclear bombs, which are deployed at Kleine Brogel Air Base.

    Belgium has not yet signed or ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. It did not participate in the negotiation of the treaty at the United Nations in New York in 2017 and thus did not vote on its adoption. 

    A public opinion poll conducted by YouGov in April 2019 found that 64 per cent of Belgians believe that their government should sign the treaty, with 17 per cent opposed to signing and 19 per cent undecided.

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    In September 2018, more than 150 Belgian mayors signed a letter to the Belgian government and parliament calling for Belgium’s signature and ratification of the treaty.

    Belgium voted against a UN General Assembly resolution in 2018 that welcomed the adoption of the treaty and called upon “all states that have not yet done so to sign, ratify, accept, approve, or accede to the treaty at the earliest possible date”.

    In 2016, Belgium voted against the UN General Assembly resolution that established the formal mandate for states to commence the negotiations in 2017 on “a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination”.

    In a “non-paper” sent to NATO members ahead of the vote, the United States “strongly encourage[d]” members, including Belgium, to vote against the resolution, “not to merely abstain”. In addition, it said that, if the treaty negotiations do commence, allies and partners should "refrain from joining them”.

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    [PARTNERS]

    Agir pour la Paix

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    Activisme_BE

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    Association Medicale Pour La Prevention de la Guerre Nucleaire

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    Coordination Nationale d'Action pour la Paix et la Démocratie

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    LEF - FGE

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    Pax Christi Vlaanderen Vzw

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    Physicians for Peace (Artsen voor vrede)

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    VOS Vlaamse Vredesvereniging (VOS Flemish Peace Association)

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    Vrede vzw

    Belgian coalition against nuclear weapons

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    Support for TPNW Get involved with ICAN in Belgium›


    ICAN Parliamentary Pledge

    These are the Belgian elected representatives that support and promote the TPNW:

     

    Belgian Parliament

    → Stéphanse Crusnière MP

    → Alain Top MP

    → Dirk Van der Maelen MP

     

    Flemish Parliament

    → Johan Danen MP

    → Tine Soens MP

     

    Belgium European Parliament

    → José Inácio Faria MEP

    → Philippe Lamberts MEP

    → Bart Staes MEP

    → Kathleen Van Brempt MEP

     

    ICAN Cities Appeal

    These are the cities and towns in Belgium speaking out in support of the TPNW:

     

    → Amay
    → Andenne
    → Anzegem
    → Bastogne
    → Boechout
    → Bonheiden
    → Borsbeek
    → Bouillon
    → Braives
    → Brugge
    → Ecaussinnes
    → Estinnes
    → Hannut
    → Herzele
    → Houthulst
    → Kampenhout
    → Kontich
    → Lanaken
    → Machelen-Diegem
    → Maldegem
    → Mechelen
    → Mesen
    → Oudenaarde
    → Oudsbergen
    → Perwez
    → Plombières
    → Ruiselede
    → Tessenderlo
    → Thuin
    → Tielt
    → Turnhout
    → Zottegem

  • Germany

    Nuclear-weapon endorser: hosts nuclear weapons on its territory

    20 U.S. nuclear weapons hosted

    Did not participate in TPNW negotiations

    Has not yet joined TPNW

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    Germany is one of the five NATO states to host US nuclear weapons as part of NATO's nuclear sharing agreement. The German air force is assigned approximately 20 B61 nuclear bombs, which are deployed at Büchel Air Base.

    Germany has not yet signed or ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. It did not participate in the negotiation of the treaty at the United Nations in New York in 2017 and thus did not vote on its adoption. 

    A public opinion poll conducted by YouGov in April 2019 found that 68 per cent of Germans believe that their government should sign the treaty, with 12 per cent opposed to signing and 20 per cent undecided.

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    While the German government has not yet voiced support for the treaty, more than 150 federal parliamentarians have pledged to work for Germany’s signature and ratification. A cross-party working group was established in September 2019 with this objective.

    Dozens of German cities, including Berlin and Munich, as well as three federal states, have called on the German government to sign and ratify the treaty.

    Germany voted against a UN General Assembly resolution in 2019 that welcomed the adoption of the treaty and called upon “all states that have not yet done so to sign, ratify, accept, approve, or accede to the treaty at the earliest possible date”.

    In 2016, Germany voted against the UN General Assembly resolution that established the formal mandate for states to commence the negotiations in 2017 on “a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination”.

    In a “non-paper” sent to NATO members ahead of the vote, the United States “strongly encourage[d]” members, including Germany, to vote against the resolution, “not to merely abstain”. In addition, it said that, if the treaty negotiations do commence, allies and partners should "refrain from joining them”.

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    [PARTNERS]

    Arbeitsgemeinschaft Frieden Trier (AGF Trier)

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    Arms Information Centre 

    Büchel ist überall! 

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    Deutsche Friedensgesellschaft - Vereinigte KriegsdienstgegnerInnen

    website


    Facing Finance

    website


    Forum Friedensethik (FFE) in der Evangelischen Landeskirche in Baden

    website


    Friedensmuseum Nürnberg e.V. (= Nuremberg Peace Museum) 

    website


    ICAN Germany 

    website


    International Ärtze für die Verhütung des Atomkrieges (IPPNW Germany)

    website


    Lebenshaus Schwäbische Alb - Gemeinschaft für soziale Gerechtigkeit, Frieden und Ökologie e.V.

    website


    Network of the German Peace Movement (Netzwerk Friedenskooperative)

    website


    Pazifik-Netzwerk e.V.

    website


    Ohne Rüstung Leben

    website


    Church and Peace

    website


    Atomic Cyber Crash - Atomkrieg aus Versehen 

    website


    Förderkreis Darmstädter Signal

    website


    Stiftung Überlebensrecht

    website

     

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    ICAN Cities Appeal

    These are the cities and towns in Germany speaking out in support of the TPNW:

    Berlin
    Bremen
    Dortmund
    Düsseldorf
    Essen
    Göttingen
    Hannover
    Herne
    Ilmenau
    Kaiserslautern
    Kassel
    Kiel
    Köln
    Krefeld
    Mainz
    Marburg
    Mörfelden-Walldorf
    Munich
    Naumburg
    Nuremberg
    Potsdam
    Reinheim
    Schwerin
    Tübingen
    Wiesbaden

    ICAN Parliamentary Pledge

    These are the German elected representatives that support and promote the TPNW:

    Germany Bundestag
    Doris Achelwilm MP
    Gökay Akbulut MP
    Kerstin Andreae MP
    Lisa Badum MP
    Annalena Baerbock MP
    Simone Barrientos MP
    Matthias Bartke MP
    Dietmar Bartsch MP
    Danyal Bayaz MP
    Canan Bayram MP
    Lorenz Gösta Beutin MP
    Lothar Binding MP
    Matthias Birkwald MP
    Heidrun Bluhm MP
    Michel Brandt MP
    Leni Breymaier MP
    Agnieszka Brugger MP
    Karl-Heinz Brunner MP
    Christine Buchholz MP
    Birke Bull-Bischoff MP
    Anna Christmann MP
    Sevim Dagdalen MP
    Fabio De Masi MP
    Diether Dehm MP
    Ekin Deligöz MP
    Katja Dörner MP
    Kathrina Dröge MP
    Harald Ebner MP
    Klaus Ernst MP
    Wiebke Esdar MP
    Brigitte Freihold MP
    Sylvia Gabelmann MP
    Matthias Gastel MP
    Stefan Gelbhaar MP
    Katrin Goering-Eckardt MP
    Nicole Gohlke MP
    Timon Gremmels MP
    Erhard Grunde MP
    Gregor Gysi MP
    Britta Haßelmann MP
    Anja Hajduk MP
    Heike Hänsel MP
    Dirk Heidenblut MP
    Gabriele Hiller-Ohm MP
    Bettina Hoffmann MP
    Anton Hofreiter MP
    Matthias Höhn MP
    Ottmar von Holtz MP
    Andrej Hunko MP
    Dieter Janacek MP
    Kirsten Kappert-Gonther MP
    Ralf Kapschack MP
    Kerstin Kassner MP
    Uwe Kekeritz MP
    Achim Kessler MP
    Katja Keul MP
    Sven-Christian Kindler MP
    Katja Kipping MP
    Cansel Kiziltepe MP
    Maria Klein-Schmeink MP
    Jan Korte MP
    Sylvia Kotting-Uhl MP
    Jutta Krellmann MP
    Oliver Krischer MP
    Christian Kühn MP
    Stephan Kühn MP
    Caren Lay MP
    Monika Lazar MP
    Sven Lehmann MP
    Steffi Lemke MP
    Sabine Leidig MP
    Ralph Lenkert MP
    Michael Leutert MP
    Tobias Lindner MP
    Gesine Lötzsch MP
    Thomas Lutze MP
    Irene Mihalic MP
    Amira Mohamed Ali
    Cornelia Möhring MP
    Siemtje Möller MP
    Claudia Müller MP
    Norbert Müller MP
    Beate Müller-Gemmeke MP
    Alexander Neu MP
    Konstantin von Notz MP
    Omid Nouripour MP
    Josephine Ortleb MP
    Petra Pau MP
    Lisa Paus MP
    Sören Pellmann MP
    Victor Perli MP
    Tobias Pflüger MP
    Filiz Polat MP
    Sabine Poschmann MP
    Martina Renner MP
    Bernd Riexinger MP
    Andreas Rimkus MP
    Tabea Rößner MP
    Manuela Rottmann MP
    Sarah Ryglewski MP
    Ulle Schauws MP
    Nina Scheer MP
    Dagmar Schmidt MP
    Frithjof Schmidt MP
    Stefan Schmidt MP
    Ulla Schmidt MP
    Eva-Maria Schreiber MP
    Stefan Schwartze MP
    Petra Sitte MP
    Svenja Stadler MP
    Kersten Steinke MP
    Friedrich Straetmanns MP
    Wolfgang Strengmann-Kuhn MP
    Margit Stumpp MP
    Ingrid Remmers MP
    Jessica Tatti MP
    Markus Tressel MP
    Jürgen Trittin MP
    Alexander Ulrich MP
    Julia Verlinden MP
    Kathrin Vogler MP
    Ute Vogt MP
    Andreas Wagner MP
    Damiela Wagner MP
    Beate Walter-Rosenheimer MP
    Harald Weinberg MP
    Pia Zimmermann MP
    Sabine Zimmermann MP
    Gabriele Bischoff MP
    Patrick Breyer MP
    Özlem Demirel MP
    Katrin Langensiepen MP
    Claudius Moseler MP
    Hannah Neumann MP
    Marcus Scheuren MP
    Hellen Wullenweber MP


    Germany European Parliament
    Jan Philipp Albrecht MEP
    Klaus Buchner MEP
    Michael Detjen MEP
    Cornelia Ernst MEP
    Ismail Ertug MEP
    Knut Fleckenstein MEP
    Sven Giegold MEP
    Sylvia-Yvonne Kaufmann MEP
    Ska Keller MEP
    Dietmar Köster MEP
    Jo Leinen MEP
    Arne Lietz MEP
    Barbara Lochbihler MEP
    Sabine Lösing MEP
    Susanne Melior MEP
    Martina Michels MEP
    Norbert Neuser MEP
    Maria Noichl MEP
    Gabriele Preuss MEP
    Terry Reintke MEP
    Ulrike Rodust MEP
    Martin Schirdewan MEP
    Helmut Scholz MEP
    Joachim Schuster MEP
    Birgit Sippel MEP
    Gabriele Zimmer MEP
    Alexandra Geese MEP
    Moritz Körner MEP

    Germany Abgeordnetenhaus Berlin
    Turgut Altug MP
    Sabine Bangert MP
    Daniela Billig MP
    Marianne Burkhart-Eulitz MP
    Ina Czyborra MP
    Silke Gebel MP
    Bettina Jarasch MP
    Susanna Kahlefeld MP
    Antje Kapek MP
    Georg Philipp Kössler MP
    Anja Kofbinger MP
    Nicole Ludwig MP
    Harald Moritz MP
    Andreas Otto MP
    Katrin Schmidberger MP
    Thomas Schulze MP
    Stefan Taschner MP
    June Tomiak MP
    Fatoş Topac MP
    Marc Urbatsch MP
    Sebastian Walter MP
    Stefan Ziller MP

    Germany Bayrischer Landtag / Landtag Bayern
    Markus Ganserer MP
    Thomas Gehring MP
    Christian Magerl MP
    Thomas Mütze MP
    Katharina Schulze MP
    Simone Strohmayer MP
    Martin Stümpfig MP

    Germany Landtag Bremen
    Claudia Bernhard MP
    Elombo Bolayela MP
    Stephanie Dehne MP
    Björn Fecker MP
    Arno Gottschalk MP
    Antje Grotheer MP
    Matthias Güldner MP
    Nelson Janßen MP
    Sofia Leonidakis MP
    Mustafa Öztürk MP
    Nima Pirooznia MP
    Bernd-Albert Ravens MP
    Dieter Reinken MP
    Klaus Remkes MP
    Klaus-Rainer Rupp MP
    Jan Saffe MP
    Ralph Saxe MP
    Maike Schäfer MP
    Mehmet Seyrek MP
    Heike Sprehe MP
    Miriam Strunge MP
    Cindi Tunchel MP
    Kristina Vogt MP
    Helmut Weigelt MP
    Susanne Wendland MP
    Sascha Karolin Aulepp MP
    Valentina Tuchel MP
    Helmut Weigelt MP
    Sascha Karolin Aulepp MP
    Susanne Wendland MP

    Germany Landtag Baden-Wuerttemberg
    Beate Böhlen MP
    Sandra Boser MP
    Nese Erikli MP
    Jürgen Filius MP
    Herman Katzenstein MP
    Daniel Lede Abal MP
    Andrea Lindlohr MP
    Bettina Lisbach MP
    Brigitte Lösch MP
    Manfred Lucha MP
    Bernd Murschel MP
    Jutta Niemann MP
    Reinhold Pix MP
    Thomas Poreski MP
    Markus Rösseln MP
    Alexander Salomon MP
    Hans-Ulrich Sckerl MP
    Andreas Schwarz MP
    Stefanie Seemann MP
    Franz Untersteller MP
    Jürgen Walter MP

    Germany Landtag Brandenburg
    Andreas Bernig MP
    Kathrin Dannenberg MP
    Thomas Domres MP
    Klara Geywitz MP
    Marie Luise v. Halem MP
    Martina Münch MP
    Ursula Nonnemacher MP
    Benjamin Raschke MP
    Heide Schinowsky MP
    Anke Schwarzenberg MP
    Anita Tack MP
    Axel Vogel MP
    Dietmar Woidke MP

    Germany Landtag Hamburg
    Deniz Celik MP
    Martin Dolzer MP
    Norbert Hackbusch MP

    Germany Landtag Hessen
    Angela Dorn-Rancke MP
    Gerald Kummer MP
    Jan Schalauske MP
    Hermann Schaus MP
    Ulrich Wilken MP
    Janine Wissler MP

    Germany Landtag Niedersachsen
    Imke Byl MP
    Dragos Pancescu MP
    Anja Piel MP
    Detlev Schulz-Hendel MP
    Miriam Staudte MP

    Germany Landtag Nordrhein-Westfalen
    Berivan Aymaz MP
    Horst Becker MP
    Sigrid Beer MP
    Jürgen Berghahn MP
    Matthi Bolte-Richter MP
    Wibke Brems MP
    Monika Düker MP
    Stefan Engstfeld MP
    Oliver Keymis MP
    Arndt Klocke MP
    Dennis Maelzer MP
    Mehrdad Mostofizadeh MP
    Josefine Paul MP
    Johannes Remmel MP
    Norwich Rüße MP
    Verena Schäffer MP
    Ellen Stock MP

    Landtag Rheinland-Pfalz
    Katharina Binz MP
    Jutta Blatzheim-Roegler MP
    Bernhard Braun MP
    Andreas Hartenfels MP
    Michael Hüttner MP
    Anna Köbberling MP
    Daniel Köbler MP
    Pia Schellhammer MP
    Astrid Schmitt MP
    Sven Teuber MP

    Germany Landtag Saarland
    Oskar Lafontaine MP
    Dennis Lander MP

    Germany Landtag Sachsen
    Wolfgang Günther MP
    Gerd Lippold MP
    Claudia Maicher MP
    Katja Meier MP
    Franziska Schubert MP
    Mirko Schultze MP

    Germany Landtag Thueringen
    Sabine Berninger MP
    André Blechschmidt MP
    Steffen Dittes MP
    Kati Engel MP
    Ronald Hande MP
    Dieter Hausold MP
    Susanne Hennig-Wellsow MP
    Mike Huster MP
    Margit Jung MP
    Ralf Kalich MP
    Katharina König Preuss MP
    Knut Korschewsky MP
    Rainer Kräuter MP
    Jörg Kubitzki MP
    Tilo Kummer MP
    Frank Kuschel MP
    Ina Leukefeld MP
    Ute Lukasch MP
    Gudrun Lukin MP
    Iris Martin-Gehl MP
    Katja Mitteldorf MP
    Anja Müller MP
    Christian Schaft MP
    Johanna Scheringer-Wright MP
    Diana Skibbe MP
    Karola Stange MP

  • Italy

    Nuclear-weapon endorser: hosts nuclear weapons on its territory

    80 U.S. nuclear weapons hosted

    Has not yet joined TPNW

    [HIGHLIGHTS]

    Italy is one of the five NATO states to host US nuclear weapons as part of NATO's nuclear sharing agreement. The Italian Air Force is assigned approximately 80 B61 nuclear bombs, which are deployed at Aviano Air Base and Ghedi Air Base.

    Italy has not yet signed or ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. It did not participate in the negotiation of the treaty at the United Nations in New York in 2017 and thus did not vote on its adoption. 

    A public opinion poll conducted by YouGov in April 2019 found that 70 per cent of Italians believe that their government should sign the treaty, with 16 per cent opposed to signing and 14 per cent undecided.

    [PARTNERS] [COLLAPSE_O]:

    In September 2017, the Italian parliament adopted a resolution that instructed the government “to explore the possibility” of becoming a state party to the treaty “in a way compatible with [Italy’s] NATO obligations and with the positioning of allied states”.

    The minister for foreign affairs of Italy, Luigi Di Maio, has pledged to work for his country’s signature and ratification of the treaty. He made this commitment in October 2017, prior to assuming the office of minister for foreign affairs.

    Italy voted against a UN General Assembly resolution in 2019 that welcomed the adoption of the treaty and called upon “all states that have not yet done so to sign, ratify, accept, approve, or accede to the treaty at the earliest possible date”.

    In 2016, Italy voted in favour of the UN General Assembly resolution that established the formal mandate for states to commence the negotiations in 2017 on “a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination”. However, it later informed the UN secretariat that it had intended to vote against.

    In a “non-paper” sent to NATO members ahead of the vote, the United States “strongly encourage[d]” members, including Italy, to vote against the resolution, “not to merely abstain”. In addition, it said that, if the treaty negotiations do commence, allies and partners should "refrain from joining them”.

     

    [PARTNERS]

    Associazione Italiana Medicina Per La Prevenzione Della Guerra Nucleare

    website


    Cormuse 

    website


    Istituto di Ricerche Internazionali Archivio Disarmo 

    website


    PeaceLink 

    website


    Pressenza International Press Agency 

    website


    Rete Disarmo

    website


    Senzatomica

    website


    WILPF Italia 

    website


    World Foundation for Peace

    website


    Disarmisti esigenti (Demanding disarmists)

    website

     

     

    [LOCALSUPPORT]

    Local support for TPNW Get involved with ICAN in Italy ›

     

    ICAN Parliamentary Pledge:

    These are the Italian elected representatives that support and promote the TPNW:

     

    → Donatella Agostinelli

    → Roberta Agostini

    → Giorgio Airaudo

    → Luisella Albanella

    → Ferdinando Alberti

    → Tea Albini

    → Maria Amato

    → Ileana Argentin

    → Tiziano Arlotti

    → Massimo Artini

    → Marco Baldassarre

    → Massimo Enrico Baroni

    → Giovanni Barozzino

    → Tatiana Basilio

    → Sergio Battelli

    → Lorenzo Becattini

    → Eleonora Bechis

    → Silvia Benedetti

    → Marina Berlinghieri

    → Paolo Bernini

    → Massimiliano Bernini

    → Nicola Bianchi

    → Stella Bianchi

    → Fabrizio Bocchino

    → Antonio Boccuzzi

    → Lorenza Bonaccorsi

    → Alfonso Bonafede

    → Franco Bordo

    → Luisa Bossa

    → Chiara Braga

    → Paola Bragantini

    → Alessandro Bratti

    → Giuseppe Brescia

    → Beatrice Brignone

    → Marco Brugnerotto

    → Francesca Businarolo

    → Mirko Busto

    → Vanessa Camani

    → Azzurra Cancelleri

    → Salvatore Capone

    → Sabrina Capozzolo

    → Renzo Carella

    → Francesco Cariello

    → Paola Carinelli

    → Anna Maria Carloni

    → Elena Carnevali

    → Mara Carocci

    → Marco Carra

    → Ezio Casati

    → Vincenzo Caso

    → Laura Castelli

    → Andrea Cecconi

    → Susanna Cenni

    → Massimo Cervellini

    → Silvia Chimienti

    → Eleonora Cimbro

    → Tiziana Ciprini

    → Giuseppe Civati

    → Laura Coccia

    → Matteo Colaninno

    → Andrea Colletti

    → Vega Colonnese

    → Claudio Cominardi

    → Miriam Cominelli

    → Emanuela Corda

    → Maria Coscia

    → Celeste Costantino

    → Roberto Cotti

    → Paolo Cova

    → Emanuele Cozzolino

    → Filippo Crimì

    → Davide Crippa

    → Diego Crivellari

    → Gianni Cuperlo

    → Angelo D'Agostino

    → Giuseppe D'Ambrosio

    → Federico D'Incà

    → Umberto D'Ottavio

    → Francesco D'Uva

    → Marco Da Villa

    → Fabiana Dadone

    → Federica Daga

    → Matteo Dall'Osso

    → Giuseppe De Cristofaro

    → Diego De Lorenzis

    → Loredana De Petris

    → Massimo Felice De Rosa

    → Daniele Del Grosso

    → Michele Dell'Orco

    → Ivan Della Valle

    → Alessandro Di Battista

    → Chiara Di Benedetto

    → Luigi Di Maio

    → Manlio Di Stefano

    → Federica Dieni

    → Donatella Duranti

    → Marilena Fabbri

    → Mattia Fantinati

    → Daniele Farina

    → Stefano Fassina

    → Marco Fedi

    → Francesco Ferrara

    → Vittorio Ferraresi

    → Andrea Ferro

    → Roberto Fico

    → Massimo Fiorio

    → Vincenzo Folino

    → Cinzia Fontana

    → Paolo Fontanelli

    → Filippo Fossati

    → Riccardo Fraccaro

    → Nicola Fratoianni

    → Luca Frusone

    → Maria Chiara Gadda

    → Chiara Gagnarli

    → Filippo Gallinella

    → Luigi Gallo

    → Laura Garavini

    → Daniela Gasparini

    → Manuela Ghizzoni

    → Anna Giacobbe

    → Dario Ginefra

    → Silvia Giordano

    → Giancarlo Giordano

    → Andrea Giorgis

    → Maria Luisa Gnecchi

    → Marta Grande

    → Gero Grassi

    → Monica Gregori

    → Giulia Grillo

    → Giuseppe Guerini

    → Antonella Incerti

    → Florian Kronbichler

    → Giuseppe L'Abbate

    → Luigi Lacquaniti

    → Enzo Lattuca

    → Fabio Lavagno

    → Mirella Liuzzi

    → Roberta Lombardi

    → Marialucia Lorefice

    → Loredana Lupo

    → Patrizia Maestri

    → Andrea Maestri

    → Ernesto Magorno

    → Gianna Malisani

    → Matteo Mantero

    → Daniele Marantelli

    → Giulio Marcon

    → Raffaella Mariani

    → Umberto Marroni

    → Giovanna Martelli

    → Maria Marzana

    → Toni Matarrelli

    → Davide Mattiello

    → Alessandro Mazzoli

    → Gianni Melilla

    → Marco Miccoli

    → Salvatore Micillo

    → Corradino Mineo

    → Emiliano Minnucci

    → Margherita Miotto

    → Antonio Misiani

    → Michele Mognato

    → Michela Montevecchi

    → Sara Moretto

    → Delia Murer

    → Martina Nardi

    → Giulia Narduolo

    → Dalila Nesci

    → Nicodemo Oliverio

    → Giovanni Paglia

    → Erasmo Palazzotto

    → Annalisa Pannarale

    → Paolo Parentela

    → Oreste Pastorelli

    → Luca Pastorino

    → Serena Pellegrino

    → Caterina Pes

    → Daniele Pesco

    → Alessia Petraglia

    → Cosimo Petraroli

    → Ileana Piazzoni

    → Giuditta Pini

    → Michele Piras

    → Girolamo Pisano

    → Antonio Placido

    → Fabio Porta

    → Ernesto Preziosi

    → Stefano Quaranta

    → Lia Quartapelle

    → Stefano Quintarelli

    → Michele Ragosta

    → Roberto Rampi

    → Ermete Realacci

    → Franco Ribaudo

    → Lara Ricciatti

    → Gianluca Rizzo

    → Grazia Rocchi

    → Giuseppe Romanini

    → Paolo Nicolò Romano

    → Paolo Rossi

    → Anna Rossomando

    → Michela Rostan

    → Carla Ruocco

    → Giovanna Sanna

    → Francesco Sanna

    → Giulia Sarti

    → Mario Sberna

    → Emanuele Scagliusi

    → Gea Schirò

    → Chiara Scuvera

    → Samuele Segoni

    → Angelo Senaldi

    → Marina Sereni

    → Camilla Sgambato

    → Carlo Sibilia

    → Girgis Giorgio Sorial

    → Maria Edera Spadoni

    → Arianna Spessotto

    → Veronica Tentori

    → Patrizia Terzoni

    → Marietta Tidei

    → Angelo Tofalo

    → Danilo Toninelli

    → Davide Tripiedi

    → Mario Tullo

    → Tancredi Turco

    → Gianluca Vacca

    → Simone Valente

    → Andrea Vallascas

    → Franco Vazio

    → Liliana Ventricelli

    → Valentina Vezzali

    → Stefano Vignaroli

    → Alessio Villarosa

    → Sandra Zampa

    → Alessandro Zan

    → Giorgio Zanin

    → Pippo Zappulla

    → Filiberto Zaratti

    → Diego Zardini

    → Davide Zoggia

    → Alberto Zolezzi

    → Sen. Daniela Donno

    → Sen. Cataldo Mininno

    → Sen. Gianluca Ferrara


    Italy European Parliament

    Brando Benifei MEP

     

    ICAN Cities Appeal

    These are the cities and towns in Italy speaking out in support of the TPNW:

     

    Administrative (provincial) capitals
    Brescia
    Towns in the Province of Brescia

    → Cevo

    → Bovezzo

    → Villachiara

    → Barghe

    → Gussago

    → Passirano

    → Castegnato

    → Malegno

    → San Gervasio

    → Braone

    → Padenghe sul Garda

    → Borgosatollo 

    → Nave

    → Calvisano

    → Borgo San Giacomo

    → Roè Volciano

    → Caino

    → Ospitaletto

    → Verolavecchia

    → Muscoline

    → Botticino

    → Roncadelle 

    → Capo di Ponte

    → Brione

    → Cerveno

    → Alfianello

    → Palazzolo sull’Oglio

    → Collebeato

    Towns in the Province of Bergamo
    Casazza
    Towns in the Province of Ancona
    Senigallia
    Towns in the Province of Treviso

    → Fregona

    → Carbonera

    Towns in the Province of Vicenza
    Thiene
    Towns in the Province of Torino
    Alba
    Towns in the Province of Salerno
    Castelnuovo Cilento
    Towns in the Province of Perugia
    Paciano
  • Netherlands

    Nuclear-weapon endorser: hosts nuclear weapons on its territory

    20 U.S. nuclear weapons hosted

    Participated in TPNW negotiations

    Has not yet joined TPNW

    [HIGHLIGHTS]

    The Netherlands is one of the five NATO states to host US nuclear weapons as part of NATO's nuclear sharing agreement. The Dutch air force is assigned approximately 20 B61 nuclear bombs, which are deployed at Volkel Air Base.

    The Netherlands has not yet signed or ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. The Netherlands participated in the negotiation of the treaty at the United Nations in New York in 2017. It was also the only NATO member to participate and the only state to vote against the adoption of the treaty. 

    A public opinion poll conducted by YouGov in April 2019 found that 62 per cent of Dutch people believe that their government should sign the treaty, with 18 per cent opposed to signing and 19 per cent undecided.

    [PARTNERS] [COLLAPSE_O]

    In explaining its ‘No’ vote at the 2017 negotiating conference of the TPNW, it said: “While we cannot support this treaty, we appreciate how it has placed nuclear disarmament in the limelight and created a broad momentum for disarmament.” It also said that it considers the treaty to be “incompatible with our commitments as a NATO state”.

    In its opening statement to the negotiating conference, the Netherlands said that it could “support the concept of a legally binding instrument prohibiting nuclear weapons as an element of a nuclear-weapon-free world”.

    However, in November 2018, the Dutch parliament called on the government to re-examine the treaty and to work to increase the support for the treaty among NATO members. The parliament also sought legal advice on the legislative requirements of becoming a state party.

    In response to the parliament’s request, the Dutch foreign minister, Stef Blok, and defence minister, Ank Bijleveld, wrote in January 2019 that no changes would be needed to existing Dutch legislation if the Netherlands were to adhere to the treaty, but additional implementing legislation would be needed.

    Pressure is mounting on the government to work for the removal of US nuclear weapons deployed in Dutch territory and to sign the treaty.

    The Netherlands voted against a UN General Assembly resolution in 2019 that welcomed the adoption of the treaty and called upon “all states that have not yet done so to sign, ratify, accept, approve, or accede to the treaty at the earliest possible date”.

    In 2016, the Netherlands abstained from voting on the UN General Assembly resolution that established the formal mandate for states to commence the negotiations in 2017 on “a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination”. It was the only NATO member not to vote against the resolution.

    In a “non-paper” sent to NATO members ahead of the vote, the United States “strongly encourage[d]” members, including the Netherlands, to vote against the resolution, “not to merely abstain”. In addition, it said that, if the treaty negotiations do commence, allies and partners should "refrain from joining them”.

    Pressure from the Dutch parliament and the public appeared to have a significant bearing on the Dutch government’s decision to participate in the negotiating conference.

    [PARTNERS]

    Pax

    website


    Dutch Medical Association for Peace Research

    website


    Campagne Tegen Wapenhandel

    website


    Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (Netherlands)

    website


    NVMP 

    Pugwash

    website


    Tribunaal voor de Vrede

    website


    Vrouwen voor Vrede

    website


    Burgemeesters voor Vrede 

    website


    Atheïstisch Verbond 

    website

    [LOCALSUPPORT]

    Local support Get involved with ICAN in the Netherlands ›

    ICAN Parliamentary Pledge

    These are the elected representatives in this country that support and promote the TPNW:

    Kathalijne Buitenweg
    Sadet Karabulut
    Lilianne Ploumen
    Bram van Ojik
    Liesbeth van Tongeren
    Lisa Westerveld

    Netherlands European Parliament
    Dennis de Jong ME
    Bas Eickhout MEP

    ICAN Cities Appeal

    These are the cities and towns in this country speaking out in support of the TPNW:

    Nijmegen

  • Turkey

    Nuclear-weapon endorser: hosts nuclear weapons on its territory

    50 U.S. nuclear weapons hosted

    Did not participate in TPNW negotiations

    Has not yet joined TPNW

    [HIGHLIGHTS]

    Turkey is one of the five NATO states to host US nuclear weapons as part of NATO's nuclear sharing agreement. The Turkish air force is assigned approximately 50 B61 nuclear bombs, which are deployed at Incirlik Air Base.

    Turkey has not yet signed or ratified the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons. It did not participate in the negotiation of the treaty at the United Nations in New York in 2017 and thus did not vote on its adoption. 

    [PARTNERS] [COLLAPSE_O]

    Turkey voted against a UN General Assembly resolution in 2019 that welcomed the adoption of the treaty and called upon “all states that have not yet done so to sign, ratify, accept, approve, or accede to the treaty at the earliest possible date”.

    On the opening day of the TPNW negotiating conference in 2017, Turkey joined the United States and several other states in protesting the treaty-making process.

    In 2016, Turkey voted against the UN General Assembly resolution that established the formal mandate for states to commence the negotiations in 2017 on “a legally binding instrument to prohibit nuclear weapons, leading towards their total elimination”.

    In a “non-paper” sent to NATO members ahead of the vote, the United States “strongly encourage[d]” members, including Turkey, to vote against the resolution, “not to merely abstain”. In addition, it said that, if the treaty negotiations do commence, allies and partners should "refrain from joining them”.

    [COLLAPSE_C]

    [PARTNERS]

    ICAN Turkey 

    Farabi Talks

    website


    Turkish Health Professionals for Peace and Environment and Against Nuclear Threat

    website

    [LOCALSUPPORT]

    Local support Get involved with ICAN in this country ›

    There are currently no elected representatives or local or regional bodies in this country committed to supporting the TPNW through the ICAN Cities Appeal or ICAN Parliamentary Pledge. Find out what you can do to support the TPNW in this country.