NCC Office Statement NCC Issues Statement on Treaty on Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons
投稿日：February 1, 2021 更新日： February 3, 2021
The Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons came into effect on January 22. NCC has issued a statement in this regard.
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［Correction］ We found an error in the statement posted. It's been replaced by the correct one. Please see the revised version. Our apologies.
Global Inter-religious Conference on Article 9 NCC Office
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