Russian middle-eight countries have nuclear weapons, combat-type 7540 (Figure)
China’s Dongfeng-31A-based strategic missile launch process, according to NTI website
June 3, 2010 reported that, according to the Swedish Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, an annual report released yesterday said that in early 2010, eight countries have to combat the world nuclear weapons around 7540, due to the withdrawal of a large number of deployed U.S. and Russian nuclear warheads, and thus this figure has declined over the same period last year.
the Institute in its annual report, an estimated five nuclear powers – China, France, Russia, Britain and France, plus India, Pakistan and Israel has a total of 22,500 nuclear weapons (including storage, ready to remove the removed or not yet ready). Reported that five nuclear powers’ nuclear status seems to be still and to keep modern or modernizing its nuclear forces to prepare. “Moreover,” India and Pakistan are expanding their nuclear strike capabilities, while Israel seems to be waiting to see the Iranian developments. “the report said, North Korea has conducted two nuclear tests,” but did not confirm its possession of nuclear weapons to combat public information. “It is estimated that the country has enough for seven nuclear warhead plutonium.
Russia and the United States continued to have most of the nuclear weapons, which were estimated to have between 12,000 and 9600 warheads. Washington has 2,468 deployed strategic and tactical nuclear weapons, and Moscow has 4630. According to the 2002 “Moscow Treaty” requirement, by 2012 the two countries to reduce deployed strategic nuclear warheads to 2,200 or less. The United States has achieved this goal. (Nuclear Information Centre Yang Li)