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  • Agni-V, which is capable of carrying nuclear warhead, has been successfully tested five times
  • The 5,000-km range missile is in the process of induction into the Army
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India's 5000-km range missile project - Agni V - has received widespread attention and apparently caused a great concern in China.,fifa online 3 system requirements

football betting sites ireland,The missile, which is capable of carrying nuclear warhead, has been successfully tested five times and is in the process of induction into the Army.

Very few countries, including the US, China, Russia, France and North Korea, have intercontinental ballistic missiles.,casumo casino casino

iplt20,When asked about India's missile project, which will bring many Chinese cities in its range, China's Foreign Ministry spokesperson said, "As for whether India can develop ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons, the UNSCR 1172 already has clear stipulations."

"Maintaining peace, security and stability in South Asia meets the common interests of all, where China hopes that all parties would make constructive efforts," he added.,cricket kit

1xbet live stream tennis,Zhao was referring to the UNSC resolution 1172, adopted in June 1998.

ss cricket bat,In the aftermath of the 1998 nuclear tests, the resolution urged both India and Pakistan to immediately stop their nuclear weapon development programmes, cap their nuclear weapons programmes, cease all fissile material production and end development of ballistic missiles capable of delivering nuclear weapons.

Chinese spokesperson expressed concern over India's missile programme but ironically, it has been helping Pakistan's nuclear and missile projects for decades.,bbl standings

That cooperation has continued unabated and was officially acknowledged three years ago. In 2018, the state-backed Chinese Academy of Sciences announced it had sold Pakistan a tracking system to speed up development of multi-warhead missiles, a detail that the government chose to declassify.,free roulette games to play online

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