Indian inclusion in NSG to be a big setback for countries supporting nuclear non-proliferation
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – US Secretary of State Ashton Carter has written a letter for the inclusion of India in the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).
China is the biggest opponent of the move.
New Zealand, Ireland, Turkey, South Africa and Austria have also opposed the move to include India in the NSG.
Analysts say that India’s inclusion in the NSG will be a big setback for the countries supporting nuclear non-proliferation.
A key meeting of the NSG will be held in Vienna on Friday.