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Documents show that Iran tried to buy nuclear weapons to Pakistan info
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According to Pakistani nuclear expert Abdul Qadeer Khan (Abdul Qadeer Khan) for the first time in a long public statement on page 11 shows that Iran and Pakistan army chief of staff to reach a value of up to 10 billion U.S. dollars of nuclear weapons purchase agreement. Former Iranian Defense Minister Ali Shamkhani (Adml Ali Shamkhani) tried with Pakistan's former army chief of staff, the international environment, national development and security Research Foundation President Dixit (Gen.Mirza Aslam Beg) will be the surface of finalizing the purchase of agreements, but in 1990 when Iran sent a delegation to the Pakistani capital of Islamabad to collect information on nuclear weapons, the two sides due to differences in the termination of the agreement.
Pakistan has said that "Iran should have nuclear deterrent force"
It is noted that agreement was signed by Dixit and Iran is responsible for co-talk, and asked the then Pakistani Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto help complete the transaction. But later, Dixit denied that he agreed to sell nuclear weapons to Iran, but he has in the past said that Iran should have nuclear deterrent force.
Washington Institute for Near East Policy (Washington Institute for Near East Policy) Senior 西蒙亨德森 research fellow (Simon Henderson) said: "This is the first real evidence that Iran wants to produce nuclear weapons."; A Pakistani Foreign Ministry spokesman Boduleba Fawcett (Abdul Basit) which said: "It is a repackaging of the argument, the United States announced the news at this time, its ostensible purpose of the self-evident