Pakistan holds more nuclear weapons than India and Israel?

The number of nuclear weapons in the globe is expected to climb in the coming decade, following a 35-year reduction.

According to estimates from the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute, the nine nuclear powers — Britain, China, France, India, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan, the United States, and Russia — had 12,705 nuclear weapons in early 2022, down 375 from early 2021. (SIPRI).

According to the institution, Russia is the world’s largest nuclear power, with 5,977 warheads deployed, in stock, or waiting to be dismantled in early 2022, down 280 from a year ago.

Following a 35-year decline, the number of nuclear weapons on the planet is anticipated to rise in the coming decade.

The nine nuclear countries — the United Kingdom, China, France, India, Israel, North Korea, Pakistan, the United States, and Russia — possessed 12,705 nuclear weapons in early 2022, down 375 from early 2021, according to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute. (SIPRI).

Russia is the world’s largest nuclear power, according to the institute, with 5,977 warheads deployed, in stock, or scheduled for dismantlement in early 2022, down 280 from a year ago.

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