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Sweden proudly celebrates this year 70 years of collaboration within the United Nations. Even though Sweden pursues a policy of non-participation in military alliances, we are willing to cooperate in response to threats against peace and security. Throughout our activity within the committee and the United Nations, we strictly follow our nonalignment policy.
During the late 1940s and 50s and the first decades of the Cold War, Sweden had programs for both nuclear and chemical weapons. All the plans for a Swedish nuclear weapon were scrapped by 1968, when Sweden signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Sweden also signed and ratified the Comprehensive Nuclear Test-Ban Treaty (CTBT) and encourages all the remaining countries which have not ratified it to do so.
In spite of the numerous initiatives taken by international alliances towards the non-proliferation of nuclear weapons, Sweden does not believe that the proble...