‘Nuclear weapons without any cohesion’: Biden calls Pakistan ‘most dangerous nation’

NEW DELHI: US President Joe Biden called Pakistan “the most dangerous country in the world”, citing the country’s nuclear arsenal and seemingly unclear command and control mechanisms.
“And what I think is probably one of the most dangerous countries in the world: Pakistan. Nuclear weapons don’t have any cohesion,” Biden said in a White House press release of the statement. of him at a Democratic event.
The safety of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons has been a major concern of the global community. Concerns have been voiced about the possibility of petty theft or that these people fall into the hands of terrorists.
The country has a notorious track record on nuclear issues, created by the run of nuclear scientist AQ Khan.
Khan succeeded in manipulating and attracting international attention, liaising with “rogue” nations and running a debate to shape Pakistan’s nuclear arsenal.
The United States under the Pressler Amendment of 1990 banned most economic and military assistance to Pakistan unless the President of the United States certifies annually that “Pakistan does not possess a nuclear explosive device and that the United States The proposal would significantly reduce the risk that Pakistan would acquire a nuclear explosive device.”
(With agent input)


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