In resolution on “Israel’s nuclear capabilities” adopted on 18 September 2009, the General Conference of the IAEA, after having expressed its “concern about the Israeli nuclear capabilities” called upon Israel to “accede to the NPT and place all its nuclear facilities under comprehensive safeguards”.
At its meeting in June 2010 the IAEA Board of Governors discussed the subject of “Israeli nuclear capabilities” after the Director General submitted a letter to all Member States requesting their points of view. As on other occasions, once again the Israeli Government refused to cooperate with the IAEA and denied to accede to the NPT.
Whereas the establishment of a nuclear-weapon-free zone in the Middle East would be a decisive contribution to achieve peace in this region.
Whereas the Israeli denial to accede to the NPT and submit all its nuclear capabilities and facilities under comprehensive IAEA safeguard constituting a clear threat to peace as reflected in chapter VII of the United Nations Charter,
WE CALL UPON:
1. The Security Council to request Israel to accede to the NPT and submit all its nuclear capabilities and facilities under comprehensive IAEA safeguard.
2. If Israel maintains its denial, the Security Council will decide any adequate measures under art. 41 and 42 of the UN Charter in order to achieve the goals indicated above.