According to Press TV, Nicholas Grief, one of the Marshall Islands lawyers told judges at the UN’s highest court that Islamabad “is in breach of its obligations owed to the international community as a whole” when it comes to reducing its nuclear stockpile.
Tony de Brum, a Marshallese government minister said Pakistan and its nuclear-armed rival India "continue to engage in a quantitative build-up and a qualitative improvement" of their atomic stockpiles.
The minister has warned that even a "limited nuclear war" involving Islamabad and New Delhi would "threaten the existence" of the Marshall Islands nation.
Majuro this week launched three unusual cases against Britain, India and Pakistan in a bid to put a new spotlight on the global nuclear threat.
The Marshall Islands is attempting to convince judges at the court to hear the case. The judges at the UN’s highest court are holding hearings to decide whether it is competent to hear the lawsuits brought against India and Pakistan.