The former head of the Pentagon called the most dangerous country in the world
James Mattis believes that his view is shared and "Pakistani military"
Former head of the defense office of the United States James Mattis said that he considers Pakistan the most dangerous country in the world due to the radicalization of society and the rapid expansion of nuclear potential.
On Tuesday, September 3, in sale the new book by the former head of the Pentagon Call Sign Chaos: Learning to Lead. In it, Mattis wrote:
"Of all the countries which I have dealt, I believe that Pakistan is the most dangerous."
"Radicalize companies", - explained his position the former head of the Pentagon, speaking in the Parliament on foreign relations in new York.
He added that his view is shared and "Pakistani military".
"They know report what is happening, they understand it. When you take radicalized society, add to that the fastest-growing in the world nuclear Arsenal, you will understand why one of my beliefs is that we you need to focus on arms control and non-proliferation. This is the biggest problem now," said Mattis.
As previously reported "Comments", the Pentagon completed a review of the program of military assistance to Ukraine and came to the conclusion that the allocation of 250 million dollars necessary. About it, citing a senior official tells Politico. "Department of the Pentagon reviewed the external support package (for Ukraine) and support it," said a senior official of the Ministry of defense. The publication notes that in 2019, the Congress approved the allocation of 250 million dollars of military assistance to Ukraine to help to resist the aggression of Russia. However, in the last days of management and budget delayed the funding and asked the Minister of defense Mark Esper and national security adviser John Bolton to determine if the program interests of the United States. It is noted that this request has caused outrage among lawmakers of both houses of Congress who believe that the program is crucial to deter Russian military aggression and the Pentagon agree with them.