Swedish Government Won’t Sign ‘Problematic’ UN Nuclear Treaty

Swedish Government Won’t Sign ‘Problematic’ UN Nuclear Treaty

(Bloomberg) -- Sweden has decided not to sign the UN treaty on nuclear arms, calling it problematic and unrealistic. The decision was announced by Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom at a press conference in Stockholm, who said the country will remain a "strong voice" against the proliferation of nuclear weapons. Reality is complicated and the treaty is problematic, but the decision was made as a militarily alliance-free nation, said Wallstrom.

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