Israel and Iran will be present in the Middle East nuclear conference. Finland ready to host home.
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Israel and Iran will be present in the Middle East nuclear conference. Finland ready to host home.

Jakarta : Indonesia | Oct 12, 2012 at 1:14 AM PDT
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Israel and Iran will be present in the Middle East nuclear conference. Finland ready to host home.

Finland is ready to host the meeting in Helsinki in mid-December, Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN) Ban Ki-moon, expressed support for the conference which aims to create a Middle East free of nuclear weapons. According to Ban Ki-moon, is a unique opportunity for all countries in the region, so that collectively can improve collective security in the Middle East. The United Nations urged all countries in the region attended the conference. Participate and contribute to the success of the conference. Although sounding discordant voices, Shaul Horev, head of Israel's Atomic Energy Commission, said that the Middle East situation is still not conducive to creating a safe zone free of nuclear weapons.

Both Israel and Iran have expressed their plans to attend the meeting. Hopefully, the two countries can shake hands thoroughly, a hope, a measure of the conference for peace in the middle east. UN leader Ban Ki-moon, said that the Arab League in a serious and constructive welcomed the conference. Although Israel and its western allies, remain concerned that Iran's nuclear program, just used as a cover to develop atomic bombs. Problem fixed Tehran denied it was hard. And always insisted that its nuclear program is intended for civilian energy and medical purposes. Likewise, Israel has more or less the same alibi.

Jakarta, Indonesia, October 12, 2012/Tasch.

Source: Antara News, Jakarta, Indonesia.

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Israel and much of the international community believes Iran's nuclear programme masks a weapons drive
Israel and much of the international community believes Iran's nuclear programme masks a weapons drive
TaschTaufan is based in Jakarta, Jakarta, Indonesia, and is a Reporter for Allvoices.
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