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US calls for support to India

US calls for support to India

#Cosmoread: India by the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) to bid in a fresh push Friday, the group of 48 countries met members of the elite club of nuclear trade crucial meeting in Seoul next week to support the country’s membership .

“The United States NSG participating governments when it comes to the full support of the NSG on India’s application says,” State Department spokesman John Kirby said.

“I think that’s how it’s going to go and where to go or hypothesise about the specular’m not going to get ahead, but we are clear that we have the support of the application,” his daily Kirby told a press conference.

India firmly on the NSG members have written to the US group’s plenary meeting expected to be held in Seoul on June 24 to support its membership by being pushed.

Last week, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to the US President Barack Obama welcomed the application of India’s 48-member group.

Modi and Obama issued a joint statement after talks between US NSG participating governments when it comes to full NSG called on India to support the application said.

The majority of the country’s membership of the 48-member group are supported, along with the New Africa and Austria are opposed to the entry of China, India.

China is India’s entry to the opposition, arguing that it has not signed the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). If any NSG waiver for India for NSG membership extends to China is Pakistan’s closest ally.

India has said it is going to sign the NPT, to join the NSG as an example in this regard is the case of France, citing it was not necessary.