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Cuba Joining the NPT

Fidel Castro Dias-Balart

Cuba, by signing the NPT and the Tlatelolco accord immediately raises its status in the nonproliferation community from that of a state outside of the regime, to one of its most ardent developing world supporters. Cuba is prepare for future opportunities due to a existence of a cadre of young, well educated and articulate scientists, engineers and technicians dedicated to advancing Cuba's science, technology and energy sector.

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The Second Moscow International Nonproliferation Conference, September 2003