Burma Said Developing Nuclear WEAPONS

June 4, 2010 at 3:45 pm | Posted in Lifescape | Leave a comment
*Who is Sai Thein Win?
*What is the Program that Sai Describes?
*Factories filled with European equipment
*Sai describes equipment the Nuclear Battalion is building
*How does Sai fit into the overall Burma story?
*Stories about a nuclear reactor in Burma
*Is Burma violating its international agreements?
*What is the state of Burma’s nuclear program?
clipped from www.dvb.no
A five-year investigation by DVB has uncovered evidence that Burma is embarking on a programme to develop nuclear weaponry. At the centre of the investigation is Sai Thein Win, a former defense engineer and missile expert who worked in factories in Burma where he was tasked to make prototype components for missile and nuclear programs. 
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Burmese defector Sai Thein Win in a factory in Burma
Sai contacted DVB after learning of its investigation into Burma’s military programmes, and supplied various documents and colour photographs of the equipment built inside the factories. The investigation has also uncovered evidence of North Korean involvement in the development of Burmese missiles, as well as Russia’s training of Burmese nuclear technicians. 
a former director in
Robert Kelley, has spent months examining this material. Here he writes in an exclusive report for DVB that Burma is probably mining uranium and exploring nuclear technology that is only “useful only for weapons”.

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