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The battles we are waging against the new threats to global security and stability must be relentless. I refer to terrorism that nothing whatsoever can justify, and to the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, which is fraught with the risk of irreparable damage.
We shall win these battles if all of us unite and wage them in compliance with the law which is the true strength of democracies and which does not vary according to countries or circumstance. Everyone agrees, therefore, that Iran and North Korea are entitled to use nuclear energy for peaceful purposes. But the international community must ensure compliance with the commitments made, for the security of one and all. These countries would be making a serious mistake if they failed to grasp the hand we are extending to them.
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