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Bloomberg: Rising Uranium Shipments From Russia To China Worries US | The White House in Washington, DC / Public Domain

The supply of uranium from Russia to China is a big concern for the authorities of the United States, according to analysts at Bloomberg.

Chinese military production could increase production of weapons-grade plutonium, reporters say. In their view, this can be evidenced by an increase in the level of Russian uranium deliveries to the state. Analysts pointed to the CFR-600 fast neutron reactor located in China, through which Beijing can produce weapons-grade plutonium. Thanks to it, the country is able to quadruple its nuclear potential in 12 years.

The United States is concerned about China’s ability to catch up with Russia and the United States in the size of its nuclear arsenal. According to experts, there is a direct relationship between China’s nuclear potential buildup and Russia’s withdrawal of strategic offensive weapons.

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