NUCLEAR SECURITY SUMMIT

Seoul Nuclear Security Summit 2012 : Joint Declaration By World Leaders (Full Text)

The Nuclear Security Summit in the South Korean capital ended on Tuesday with world leaders making fresh commitments towards building a safer world devoid of nuclear terrorism. The summit ended with a joint declaration, dubbed the Seoul Communique. The full text of the declaration, published by South Korea's official news agency Yonhap News, is below:

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