Addressing the press today, head of the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty organization Tibor Toth said “there is a strong chance that Indonesia will soon ratify.” Indonesia is one of the nine States together with China, the United Sates, Iran and North Korea that needs to ratify the treaty in order for it to come into force. UNTV
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