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September 04, 1975

POLITICAL REPORT FOR THE MONTH OF AUGUST 1975, 'PROPOSAL FOR A NUCLEAR-FREE ZONE IN THE SOUTH PACIFIC'

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    New Zealand and Fiji jointly made a formal application to the United Nations for inclusion in its agenda their proposal for a nuclear-free zone in the South Pacific.
    "Political Report for the Month of August 1975, 'Proposal for a nuclear-free zone in the South Pacific'," September 04, 1975, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, File No. F.NO.HI/1012(85)/75. Political Reports etc. (Other than annual reports from Wellington). Obtained by Ryan Musto. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/123921
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Political Report for Month of August 1975

Date: September 4, 1975

Doc #: No. Wel/101/1/75

…New Zealand and Fiji jointly made a formal application to the United Nations for inclusion in its agenda their proposal for a nuclear-free zone in the South Pacific. In a joint memorandum to Secretary-General Kurt Waldheim, they said the establishment of such a zone would contribute to the security and welfare of the people living in that area and minimize the risks to health and the environment in the region.