North Korea's nuclear test in aid of Pakistan!

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Pakistan's help in North Korea's nuclear test!
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Pakistan has 'assisted' Pyongyang's nuclear bomb test In an interview with Deutsche Welle, Pakistan's nuclear physicist Pervez Hoodbhoy told this to say. He spoke about the relevance of the nuclear bomb extension agreement.
Deutsche Welle: What level of support did North Korea receive from Pakistan for nuclear technology?

Parvez Hudabaya: Pakistan provided centrifuge technology to North Korea. It is not directly involved in the use of nuclear bomb technology. Because the North Korean nuclear project is not dependent on plutonium absorption technology, but rather depends on uranium.

When does the 'nuclear technology supply' begin in North Korea? When is the last or when?
In 2003, when the Pakistani scientist Abdul Qadir Khan or QQ Khan was caught in handheld while supplying nuclear technology, all such transactions were closed. But when it started, it is hard to say Perhaps it started within a few days after Benazir Bhutto came to power in 1989.Only Qi Khan was involved in providing technology to Pyongyang?

It is very difficult to believe that Q Khan alone has provided nuclear technology in North Korea, Libya and Iran. Because this technology was preserved in a very high security establishment. There is always a large number of police and military intelligence guard. Besides, the weight of one centrifuge was around 500 kilograms, so I went into hiding in the match box, that is not something like that. So, there was a problem at the high level.But some of the Pakistan army's general refused to support Pyongyang. They say North Korea's nuclear technology is plutonium-based, which is not Pakistan.

I think it's true. North Korea's nuclear weapons plutonium-based and plutonium bombs and uranium bombs do not work in a uniform way. Pakistan has provided centrifuges to North Korea, but there is no direct relationship between the two countries.

What has Pakistan got in exchange for helping Pyongyang?Pakistan receives a missile named 'Dudong' in exchange for giving centrifuges to North Korea Later this liquid-fueled missile was named 'Ghuri'. These missiles are still in the armory of Pakistan. It does not take much time to create this fuel, and it is not as effective as 'solid fuel' or 'solid fuel'. As a result, these transactions were of course equal. I think, both sides benefited in this exchange. But not too muchQ. Is this 'nuclear network' still active?

It's too hard to tell. Pakistan's nuclear program is now being monitored. As a result, it is now more difficult to trace nuclear technology out of the country.

North Korea has conducted six successful nuclear tests, it is established. The last was probably the hydrogen bomb. The country's nuclear test is more than Pakistan, almost near to India.

There is no doubt about the fact that atomic North Korea is reality now. So, India and Pakistan will have to scale the same level with the country.

What do the international community have to do to deal with threats of 'rogue nations' with atomic power?

The concept of 'rogue state' has created those who themselves are atomic powers, The United States has repeatedly used Iran and North Korea and earlier in Iraq. These words have no validity, because the United States has used this technology twice - once in Hiroshima, Nagasaki another time. Moreover, we have seen before that the US move is not helpful in protecting world peace. Being superpower does not mean that the United States has got a license to call any state a 'mischief'.Nuclear weapons expansion agreement - NPT is still necessary and effective?

At one time the NPT was very effective, it helped to prevent the spread of nuclear weapons. The more the country has nuclear weapons, the world will become more dangerous.

But this deal is probably missing the utility now. Paragraph 6 is still not agreed on the nuclear-powered states, they have not even destroyed their weapons. On the contrary, they focused on creating more effective nuclear bombs. As a result, we need a new effective contract.

Sattar Khan / ADC

Dr. Parvez Hoodbhoy is a Pakistani nuclear physicist, mathematician and activist. He is also a respected professor at Foreman Christian College. He worked with quantum field theory, particle phenomology and particle physics supersymmetry. Parvez Hoodbhoy worked with a prominent social and political activist, freedom of expression, religious neutrality and education in Pakistan.waiting