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Pakistan pats itself on NSG denial to India

Wed, Jun 22, 2016, 11:13 AM
Pakistan is patting itself that it has been able to stop India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group successfully.

Adviser to Pakistan Prime Minister Sartaj Aziz told Parliament in Islamabad: `We have been making successful efforts against India's NSG membership.'

Aziz remarks came ahead of the 48-member NSG meeting in Seoul currently. The NSG meeting is to take up the case of India and Pakistan for admission.

India may still have the last laugh as New Delhi has mounted a diplomatic offensive among the countries opposing it, including China which had linked the entry to signing the Non-Proliferation Treaty. The NPT, although India had not signed it, goes against Pakistan which had vitiated the nuclear atmosphere in the world irritrievably by supplying know-how to all rogue nations, inclduing North Korea. China, supporting Pakistan, may have to face the music for taking up the case of Pakistan.

Significantly, Aziz said that Pakistan was not being isolated in the comity of nations and that its foreign policy was geared to the new alignments in the world.

He said Pakistan's relations with the Muslim world was because of their common religion and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to the Muslim nations would not alter their views.
Agency: Ap7am Desk

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