The NPT prevents the proliferation of nuclear weapons and obligates nations to negotiate for global disarmament.
The treaty entered into force in 1970 and 190 countries have signed it – the most signatories of any arms control agreement.
Article VI of the NPT
“Each of the parties to the treaty undertakes to pursue negotiations in good faithon effective measures relating to cessation of the nuclear arms race at an early date and to nuclear disarmament, and on a treaty on general and completedisarmament under strict and effective international control.”
The Nuclear-Armed Nations
Are actively planning for nuclear weapon deployment at least through the end of the 21st century.
Continue to invest in modernizing their nuclear arsenals.
Ignore multilateral forums that discuss the need to ban and eliminate nuclear weapons.
44 years later there are still no negotiations in sight.
TELL THE WORLDS LEADERS THAT YOU DEMANd A WORLD WITHOUT NUCLEAR WEAPONS