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US Senate asks CIA to report
on Pakistani efforts to curb
we
apons of mass destruction




What is India News Service
12 February 2005


The US senate has tasked the CIA to prepare reports onPakistan's efforts to curb Proliferation of weapons of mass destruction and to fight terrorism.

H.R. 4548 Intelligence AuthorizationAct for Fiscal Year 2005 (Engrossed as Agreed to or Passed by House), under heading "SEC. 304. REPORTS ON PAKISTANI EFFORTS TO CURB PROLIFERATION OF WEAPONS OF MASS DESTRUCTION AND TO FIGHT TERRORISM", said "The Director of Central Intelligence shall submit to the appropriate committees of Congress classified reports on the following matters:

(1) The efforts by the Government of Pakistan,or individuals or entities in Pakistan, to acquire or transfer weapons of mass destruction and related  technologies, or missile equipment and technology, to any other nation, entity, or individual.

(2) The stepstaken by the Government of Pakistan to combat proliferation of weapons of massdestruction and related technologies.

(3) The steps taken by theGovernment of Pakistan to safeguard nuclear weapons
and related technologies in the possession of the Government of Pakistan.

(4) The size of the stockpile of fissile material of the Government of Pakistan and whether any additional fissile material has been produced. 

(5) The efforts by the Governmentof Pakistan to fight Al Qaeda and the Taliban as well as todismantle terrorist networks operating inside of Pakistan.

(6) Theefforts by the Government of Pakistanto establish and strengthen
democratic institutions in Pakistan. 

DEADLINE FOR SUBMITTAL OF REPORTS.

(1) The Director of Central Intelligence shall submit thefirst report required under subsection (a) not later than 90 days after the date of the enactment of this Act. 

(2)The Director shall submit subsequent reports required under subsection

(a) on April 1 of 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, and 2009." 

Source:http://intelligence.house.gov/Media/PDFS/IAAFY05Engrossed.pdf

 

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