Delegate Name: Nadine Arabi
As nuclear weapons continue to develop and get tested, many member states of the UN, wanting to maintain peace and security, claim that these weapons are the most substantial threat to this world and humanity itself due to their potentially destructive nature. Poland believes that nuclear weapons should not be used for offensive measures, but more as a defensive backbone providing countries with some social stature.
Due to Poland’s location near Russia, Poland believes it would be best to keep Nuclear weapons armed and ready for self-defense purposes, and not in any offensive or harmful ways. Poland supports not only the retention but also the potential use of said nuclear weapons and has consistently voted against an annual UN General Assembly resolution that would adopt the Treaty on the Prohibition of Nuclear Weapons (TPNW) as well as not attending the negotiations and debates for it.
Having a nuclear war would be the absolute demise of the planet therefore in no way should anyone use nuclear weapons for anything other than for self-defense purposes, however for this to truly happen Poland supports the ownership of the weapons because the TPNW would cause vulnerability and aggression to powers and could even shatter alliances.