Burma is moving in the right direction, but until it fulfills all its international commitments on WMDs, doubts will remain.
The Burmese Ministry of Foreign Affairs released a statement on Wednesday chiding North Korea over a hydrogen bomb test it conducted on 6 January.
Burma and Russia in dialogue over the necessary conditions for the introduction of nuclear technologies to the country, according to Rosatom official.
Burma has yet to ratify a new Additional Protocol to its Nuclear Safeguards Agreement. Until it does, IAEA inspections are on hold.
US President Barack Obama renewed limited investment sanctions on Burma on Thursday, signing the ongoing “National Emergency” situation on that country for at least one more year.
An amended Ant-Terror Bill passed through Burma’s lower house Monday. The Bill focuses on blocking terrorist funding in Burma but includes clauses on nuclear materials and facilities.