North Korea nuclear test

Tibor Toth, the Executive Secretary of the Preparatory Commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organisation

1954 - Born in Hungary
1975 - Graduates, Moscow State University of International Relations
1990 - Permanent representative of Hungary to the Conference on Disarmament
1993 - Permanent representative of Hungary to the preparatory commission for the Organisation of the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the Hague
1994 - Hungarian deputy State Secretary of Defence in charge of international affairs
1997 - Permanent representative of Hungary to the United Nations and other international organisations, Vienna
1997 - Member, board of governors, International Atomic Energy Agency
2001 - Ambassador-at-large for nonproliferation and critical technologies, Hungarian Foreign Ministry
2003 - Permanent representative of hungary to the united nations and other international organisations, Geneva
2005 - Executive secretary, preparatory commission for the Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organisation

Today we will talk about the North Korean nuclear test. Pyongyang announced on May 25 that it had successfully conducted its second nuclear test. The international community, including Russia and China, has condemned the test. But - can the world force the North Korean regime to give up its nuclear programme? We’ll be discussing this question with Tibor Toth.