Pakistani President Won't Tell USA Where Nukes Kept...--Bloomberg.com
May 10 (Bloomberg) -- Pakistani President Asif Ali Zardari said his country isn’t adding to its nuclear arsenal and doesn’t have to disclose the location of its weapons to the U.S.
Pakistan is “not adding to our stockpile as such,” Zardari said today on NBC’s “Meet the Press” program. “Why do we need more?”
Asked whether Pakistan would tell U.S. intelligence officials where all its nuclear weapons are located, to allow for a joint strategy to keep them secure, Zardari said Pakistan is a sovereign country.
“Why don’t you do the same with other countries yourself?” Zardari said in the interview taped May 7. “I think this is a sovereignty issue, and we have a right to our own sovereignty.”
Well, we won't have to violate your sovereignty if you actually act responsibly and don't allow your own ISI to fund and assist the Taliban, who it turns out, want to take the nukes and destroy you.
We will find them, because we will not allow your issues to become our problem...