American scientists have drawn attention to the activity at a nuclear facility in Kaliningrad
Federation of American scientists (FAA) has published photos that allegedly prove the renewal of Russia’s nuclear weapons storage facilities in the Kulikovo in the Kaliningrad region.
As of the publication of the strengthening work started in 2016.
“This object we watched for quite a long time. There was some work to update (object,.— “Kommersant”), but nothing so dramatic as the current” — The Guardian quoted Hans Kristensen, head of nuclear information FAA.
According to him, these pictures are not proof that the object is a nuclear weapon, but they serve as proof that the object itself is active. The report notes that earlier were similarly updated and other locations, including located on the base of nuclear submarines in Kamchatka.
The FAA was created in 1945 and was then called the Federation of atomic scientists. On its website, the organization reports that its mission — providing scientific analysis and scientific solutions to protect against catastrophic threats to national and international security. On the same website, the FAA says Hans Christensen at one time worked in Greenpeace International, coordinated campaign “the Sea, free from nuclear weapons” in the Scandinavian countries, and several years served as a special adviser to the Danish Ministry of defence.
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