Abp. calls for political will to end 'scourge' of nuclear weapons

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Nuclear weapons have "threatened humanity" for far too long and the world's leaders lack the political will to remove "this scourge," said the Vatican's ambassador to the United Nations. "Now is the time for a profound rethinking and change in our perception of nuclear weapons. Nuclear disarmament and nonproliferation are essential from a humanitarian point of view," Archbishop Francis Chullikatt told an audience in Kansas City. He stressed the urgency of a "world without nuclear weapons."

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