Ahead of Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to India this week for BRICS summit the Vice Foreign Minister Li Baodong has indicated that China is willing to jointly explore all kinds of possibilities with India, but this must accord with the charter of the NSG. Speaking to reporters Li Baodong said new NSG members needed to be agreed upon by all existing members.
India had held “substantive” talks with Beijing on its attempt to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group, a 48-member grouping of countries that trades in civil nuclear technology. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is campaigning to join the Nuclear Suppliers Group to back a multi-billion-dollar drive to build nuclear power plants in partnership with Russia, the United States and France, and reduce India’s reliance on polluting fossil fuels.
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