The U.S. might be keeping low-yield nuclear weapons at its airbase in Kyrgyzstan's Manas for possible use against Iran's nuclear facilities, a Kyrgyz special service expert told Interfax on condition of anonymity.
"No one can rule out the possibility that such nuclear weapons may be there, because the Kyrgyz customs services do not control cargo delivered to the Manas airbase," he said.
"If nuclear arms are delivered to Manas among other cargo, the customs services would not know anything about it," he said.
Interfax-AVN | May 03, 2007
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