Document on United States nuclear weapons' secret locations

Donald Trump the US president has removed America from a treaty that limits the development of intermediate range nuclear weapons

Donald Trump the US president has removed America from a treaty that limits the development of intermediate range nuclear weapons

And in a passing reference, it appeared to reveal the location of roughly 150 US nuclear weapons being stored in Europe.

Major US and European media outlets say the document on nuclear deterrence was written by a Canadian lawmaker who belongs to a NATO-affiliated body.

The weapon is stored in five countries - Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands and Turkey, writes NOVA TV.

The documents - subsequently deleted - confirmed the "open secret", the outlet reported: USA nukes are being stored in Belgium, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Turkey, the Post reported.

On July 11 released a new corrected version of the report from which you removed the names of the databases but left the mention of the countries that have suitable planes for bombs B61, the primary United States nuclear weapons.

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Sen. Joseph Day, the author of the initial report, said that he used "open source material" to prepare his assessment, noting that it was only a draft and that changes were expected, according to The Washington Post.

A North Atlantic Treaty Organisation official told The Washington Post the document was not from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation itself - it was published by the group's parliamentary assembly and added: 'We do not comment on the details of Nato's nuclear posture'.

The US has deployed around 150 nuclear bombs in Europe.

The document, titled 'A new era for nuclear deterrence?

"Finally in black and white: There are American nuclear weapons in Belgium", stated De Morgen. "NATO reveals the Netherlands's worst-kept secret", said Dutch broadcaster RTL News. "Modernisation, arms control and allied nuclear forces", was published in April, then deleted. "This has always been fairly open knowledge".

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