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March 30, 1983

CIA REPORT, 'NEW INFORMATION ON SOUTH AFRICA’S NUCLEAR PROGRAM AND SOUTH AFRICAN-ISRAELI NUCLEAR AND MILITARY COOPERATION' (REDACTED)

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    CIA report summaries new information on Israel-South African nuclear cooperation. According to the report, South Africa formerly launched its weapons program in 1973, and paused it in 1979 following the international discovery of the Kalahari nuclear test site. Military cooperation between South Africa and Israel is believed to be extensive, with continual contact between personnel and the large-scale sale of arms. Aside from the South African sale of depleted uranium to Israel in the mid-1970s, the CIA had no hard evidence of nuclear cooperation between the two.
    "CIA Report, 'New Information on South Africa’s Nuclear Program and South African-Israeli Nuclear and Military Cooperation' (redacted)," March 30, 1983, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, FOIA request, National Security Archive. Obtained and contributed by Sasha Polakow-Suransky. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/116776
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