Monday, May 4, 2009

Pakistan’s Nuclear weapons are secure, Admiral Michael Mullen

Pakistan's nuclear weapons are secure, the top US military commander
Admiral Michael Mullen said Monday, ruling out that they could fall
into the hands of Taliban militants.
"I remain comfortable that the nuclear weapons in Pakistan are
secure," Mullen told reporters.
Asked whether the arms could fall into the hands of Taliban militants
seeking to broaden their control of Pakistan, he replied: "I don't
think that's going to happen … but it is a strategic concern that we
all share."
Mullen spoke at a Pentagon news conference on his recent trip to the region.
He says the United States has worked with the Pakistanis to improve
the security of their nuclear arsenal and he believes that country's
military is focused on keeping them secure.
Mullen, who has just returned from a trip to the Middle East and Asia,
added that he remained concerned about the situation in Pakistan. This
type of threads come up when Pakistan going for dialog America don't
wan to peace in Pakistan they want to fight and killing of innocent
people while the Army caring out the military operation.
mained concerned about the situation in Pakistan.

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