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Prince Turki Al-Faisal does note the failure of the United States to keep their part after the agreement made over five years ago regarding the issue of zone of the free weapons. And he said “… 2010, the NPT Review Conference agreed to hold a session on the zone free of weapons of mass destruction in Helsinki in Finland in 2012. Unfortunately, just a couple of weeks before that session was supposed to be held, one of the convenors, the United States, declared that there wasn’t enough agreement in advance to make the session successful and, therefore, there is not going to be a session. And since then, since that date – 2012 – there have been several meetings under the auspices of the United Nations or, to please the Israelis under other auspices, because they refuse to come under the auspices of the United Nations and those sessions, sometimes, included Israel but not Iran, other times included Iran but not Israel and so we’ve been going around in circles, presumably to find a way to hold that aborted attempt in 2012 before the next Review Conference, which is coming up next month at the United Nations for the NPT signatories. And that, from my point of view, that is the best way to go about ensuring that there is no proliferation of the dangerous process of enriching uranium. Once you have that, you’re going to have the rest of it, eventually and the way that we understand this agreement is going to be, the base is going to be a 10 year period hiatus for the Iranians but then, after that, it’s anybody’s guess what’s going to happen. And that is going to incentivize, not just people or countries in the area but the whole world will be incentivized to compete for uranium enrichment. And I, as a layman, not as an expert, I would rather see a lid put on all of that now, rather than wait 10 years from now when Iran, presumably, will have then the freedom to go beyond the five, 10 or 20 per cent that they’re given in this agreement and shoot for a nuclear weapon.”