Biden’s incompetent team in the foreign ministry has announced the number of nuclear warheads in the country, which is reversing President Trump’s policies.
US military news report:
The U.S. State Department under President Joe Biden on Tuesday publicly announced the size of the U.S. nuclear arsenal in a reversal of policy under President Donald Trump to keep the true size of the U.S. arsenal secret.
In a Press release, the State Department revealed from 2020 the U.S. stockpile of nuclear warheads consists of 3750 warheads.
“The United States is releasing newly declassified information on the U.S. nuclear weapons stockpile to update the information previously released in September 2017,” the State Department press release said. “Increasing the transparency of states’ nuclear stockpiles is important for non-proliferation and disarmament efforts, including commitments under the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, and efforts to address all types of nuclear weapons, including deployed and non-deployed, and strategic and non-strategic. ”
The last time the U.S. government released its nuclear inventory number was in March 2018, when it revealed it had 3,822 warheads from September 2017. Following the announcement, Trump kept the size of the U.S. nuclear arsenal secret and made a request from the Federation refused. of American scientists to declassify the number, the Associated Press reported.
The Associated Press reported that the core stock numbers for 2019 and 2018 have also been revealed. The US has 3,805 nuclear warheads in 2018 and 3,785 in 2019.
The launch of the ‘Transparency in the US Nuclear Weapons Stock’ information leaflet comes as the Biden administration reviews its nuclear weapons policy and capabilities, ahead of a 2022 meeting during the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty conference, where the US and other nuclear powers involved in the treaty will review the disarmament obligations of each signatory.