International Day of the Total Elimination of Nuclear Weapons is held each year on September 26 to finish the roots of nuclear weapons. This day was first celebrated in 2014 by UN which provide only opportunities to raise awareness to eliminate nuclear weapons. Around 17,000 nuclear weapons are present in the today’s world. A small single nuclear device can destroy a whole country and affect the natural environment and lives of the upcoming generation. Nuclear weapons have already damaged two entire cities of Japan including Hiroshima where nearly 180,000 people were killed. Due to this UN is putting more efforts to seek more action on nuclear disarmament. UN is called each country to held this day that each country should be aware about the destruction of nuclear weapons, and try to eliminate nuclear weapons. 


Turbat, September 20.