- Pakistan raging on America
- Ambassador Donald Bloom summoned
- Pakistan was told a dangerous country
Biden on Pakistan Nuclear Weapons: US President Joe Biden has described Pakistan as one of the most dangerous countries in the world, saying that it has nuclear weapons without any protection. He said this at a function of the Congressional Campaign Committee of the Democratic Party. Biden said, ‘I think Pakistan is one of the most dangerous countries in the world. He has nuclear weapons but without any protection. The US President has said this in the program of the ruling party in the context of the changing geopolitical situation of the world.
Reacting to Biden’s statement, Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Bilawal Bhutto Zardari said Pakistan was “shocked” by the US President’s remarks regarding the country’s nuclear weapons and asked US Ambassador Donald Bloom to officially lodge an objection. summoned. Rejecting Biden’s remarks, Bilawal said Pakistan was following global standards with regard to nuclear weapons. “As far as the safety of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons is concerned, we meet all international standards under the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA),” Foreign Minister Bilawal said in Islamabad.
India mentioned in the statement
Bilawal Bhutto said in a press conference in Karachi that if there is any question regarding nuclear security, then he should ask that question to the neighboring country India. Who had recently accidentally fired missiles on Pakistani territory. He said that this is not only irresponsible and unsafe but also raises a real and serious concern about the security of nuclear-rich countries.
He said Biden’s statement was discussed with Prime Minister Shahbaz Sharif and “we have summoned US Ambassador to Pakistan Donald Bloom to Pakistan’s Foreign Office to officially lodge an objection.” Secretary of State Bilawal, who visited the US last month, expressed surprise at Biden’s statement and said the lack of communication between the two sides due to tensions in relations in the near past could be the reason for such remarks.
Western countries have always been expressing concern
Western countries have always expressed concern about the safety and security of Pakistan’s nuclear weapons. Their concern is that Pakistan’s nuclear weapons could fall into the hands of terrorists or jihadis. “In May 1998, Pakistan conducted its first nuclear test and claimed it was needed for national security,” wrote Mervyn Kalb, a senior immigration expert in the foreign policy program at Brookings. Since then, all US Presidents feared that Pakistan’s nuclear weapons might fall into the wrong hands. This now includes the fear that jihadists may try to seize power in Pakistan after the Taliban victory in Afghanistan.
General Mark Milley, the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, warned that Pakistan’s nuclear weapons security could be at risk due to the rapid withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan. Biden said in his speech that the world is changing rapidly and all countries are rethinking their allies. He said, ‘And the truth is that the world is looking at us. This is no joke. Even our enemies are looking at us what we do. Biden said, ‘Has anyone ever imagined that there would be situations where China would try to review its role in the context of Russia, India and Pakistan? But it is happening. The world is changing fast.
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