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Former Yugoslavia

Facilities

Last Updated: December, 2011

Chemical

The below entries provide analytical descriptions of selected chemical facilities in Former Yugoslavia. Since definitive information on Former Yugoslavia's chemical facilities was often classified, the descriptions and locations of these facilities are sometimes speculative, based on the most credible available open source material at the time. The facilities are archived as a historical record of their activities. They are no longer updated.

Facilities Descriptions

Chemical-Military Organizations

Nuclear

The following entries provide analytical descriptions of selected nuclear facilities in Former Yugoslavia. Since definitive information on Former Yugoslavia's nuclear facilities was often classified, the descriptions and locations of these facilities are sometimes speculative, based on the most credible available open source material at the time. The facilities are archived as a historical record of their activities. They are no longer updated.

Facilities Descriptions

Nuclear-Fuel Fabrication
Nuclear-Reprocessing
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  • Intermittently pursued a nuclear weapons program from the 1940s to 1987
  • Produced significant quantities of blister and nerve agents before the 1990s
  • Cooperated with Iraq in the production of short-range rockets and ballistic missiles prior to Operation Desert Storm

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