TOKYO (AFP) - An international panel on nuclear disarmament called on all nuclear-armed nations Tuesday to renounce pre-emptive use of the arms by the year 2025, Japanese media reported. The International Commission on Nuclear Non-Proliferation and Disarmament (ICNND), made the call at the end of a three-day meeting in the Japanese city of Hiroshima, site of a US atomic bombing at the end of World War II. Former Japanese foreign minister Yoriko Kawaguchi, a co-chairwoman of the commission, said that the panel also urged the United States and Russia to conclude talks on reducing strategic arms by 2012, according to local media. These demands will be contained in a report to be published by the commission in January next year, Kawaguchi was quoted as saying. Kawaguchi said the report would set the target of a drastic reduction in the number of nuclear warheads in the world from more than 20,000 at present. But she added that the report would not set a deadline for the total abolition of nuclear weapons. I think there has been no report more comprehensive than this one, she said, according to the public broadcaster NHK. The ICNND, which was launched by Japan and Australia last year, is made up of two dozen specialists including academics and former government leaders.