Before entering this week’s talks, Zarif offered to compromise on the issue, saying last week there’s no necessity for formal recognition of the right because it’s self-evident in the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Article 4 says countries have an “inalienable right” to nuclear technology
4.51 PM Nov 22nd
Source:Economic Times - NEW DELHI: Supporting India`s entry into international technology control regimes, Australia on Thursday praised its non-proliferation track record and said the next logical step for it will be to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). Delivering a talk on Australia
12.38 PM May 4th 2012
Source:IBNLive - PTI New Delhi: Notwithstanding India and Japan deciding to move forward with discussions on civil nuclear co-operation, Tokyo on Monday maintained that there was no change in its stand that New Delhi has to join the Nuclear Non-proliferation Treaty,
12.36 PM May 2nd 2012
Source:IBNLive - PTI United Nations: Citing its non-proliferation record, India told the UN Security Council that given its ability and willingness to promote global non-proliferation objectives, its membership of the four nuclear export control regimes should be "the
1.04 PM Apr 23rd 2012
Source:Business Standard - Citing its non-proliferation record, India told the UN Security Council that given its ability and willingness to promote global non-proliferation objectives, its membership of the four nuclear export control regimes should be the next logical step. India`s Permanent
1.03 PM Apr 23rd 2012
Source:IBNLive - PTI Washington: Describing India's non-proliferation record as "solid", the US refused to express any concern on the country's nuclear-capable Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile launch, which was postponed on Wednesday due to bad weather.
1.48 PM Apr 19th 2012
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