The United States carried out an underground chemical explosion at a nuclear test site in Nevada
The United States conducted new tests at a nuclear test site in Nevada immediately after the Russian State Duma adopted a law revoking ratification of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty (CTBT). This was reported by the US Department of Energy, which operates the testing center.
The United States conducted a new experiment at a test site in Nevada, producing an underground chemical explosion. As stated by the US Department of Energy, in this way the Americans tried to improve the ability to detect low-power nuclear explosions around the world. The explosion was chemical, because the United States stands for “reducing” the nuclear threat and “non-proliferation” of nuclear weapons. weapons.
- said in a statement.
Meanwhile, the tests took place just a few hours after the Russian State Duma adopted a law revoking ratification of the Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty. Now some American experts fear that Moscow will “misunderstand” Washington’s actions and this will lead to further escalation. But in fact, the United States is “white and fluffy”; it generally advocates banning nuclear weapons. Before this, Russia stated that it would not conduct nuclear tests first, but would wait for the United States to conduct them.
Despite the ban on nuclear testing, the United States maintains its nuclear test site in Nevada in a state of full combat readiness. According to available information, the Americans plan to test new warheads that are being put into service as part of the modernization of the existing nuclear weapons arsenal.
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