WASHINGTON – The United States has once again expressed satisfaction over the security of nuclear assets of Pakistan, local and foreign media reported on Friday.
During a press briefing, State Department spokesperson Jen Psaki said that the US has no concerns over the security of Pakistan's nuclear assets. To a question, she said officials of both the countries – Pakistan and the US – used to talk over several issues.
Psaki said that the US works with Pakistan over anti-terrorism and other matters. She said that the US had no information to suggest that the nuclear materials seized in Iraq had come from Pakistan. “We have had a range of dialogue with Pakistan and I am not aware of any new concern on this case,” she added.
At the State Department news briefing, some Indian journalists suggested that the material might have come from Pakistan but the department’s spokesperson disagreed with them. She also said that this was not a weapon grade material and was meant for medical use.