UNITED NATIONS (AN) — After four weeks of negotations, a crucial session among 151 nations aimed at curbing the nuclear arms race ended without a final outcome document on late Friday when Russia rejected a portion of the text that referred to its control of Ukraine's Zaporizhzhia power plant.
It was only the 10th conference to be held so diplomats could review the world's progress under the 1970 Nuclear Nonproliferation Treaty, or NPT, which requires signatory nations not to pursue nuclear weapons in exchange for a commitment by nuclear powers to progress towards nuclear disarmament.
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