The End of Neither Deny nor Confirm Policy

The End of Neither Deny nor Confirm Policy
The End of Neither Deny nor Confirm Policy

Israel continued to use the "Neither Deny nor Confirm" Policy for decades. But this has come to an end.




The United Nations General Assembly gathered yesterday. Egypt's proposal upon Israel's nuclear power voted. The document was approved with 152 votes in favour. The proposal's content concerns Israel's being the sole nuclear power and disarmament of the Israeli nuclear arsenal. The USA, Israel, Canada, Micronesia and Palau rejected the offer, while 24 countries abstained from voting. But the decision is not binding.
It is known that nuclear weapons change all balances in its region. Israel did not deny its nuclear arsenal. Voting upon the proposal means the end of the "Neither Deny nor Confirm Policy" of Israel.
The End of Neither Deny nor Confirm Policy