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'Pak's Credentials Stronger Than India's For NSG Membership': Sartaj Aziz

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Pakistan's top Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz has said Islamabad's credentials for the membership of Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) are stronger than India's if the 48-nation group agrees to form a uniform criteria for non-Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) states.

In an interview to Pakistani channel Dawn News on Sunday, Mr Aziz said Pakistan has diplomatically engaged numerous countries.

"If the group forms a uniform criteria, then Pakistan has stronger credentials for NSG membership than India," the advisor claimed.

"Our strategy was to apply after India did, after which we would have immediately followed. We have had our application in an advance state of readiness for the past three months for this this purpose," Mr Aziz said.

He expressed hope that, due to Pakistan's strong credentials, if India gains entry into the club, Pakistan will not be left behind.

The advisor claimed that Pakistan has come a long way, and everyone has witnessed how well Islamabad safeguards its nuclear assets.

The Nuclear Suppliers Group or NSG is expected to hold its next meeting on June 20.

The NSG is a 48-nation club dedicated to curbing nuclear arms proliferation by controlling the export and re-transfer of materials that could foster nuclear weapons development.

http://www.ndtv.com/world-news/paks...indias-for-nsg-membership-sartaj-aziz-1418331
 

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Our strategy was to apply after India did, after which we would have immediately followed. We have had our application in an advance state of readiness for the past three months for this this purpose,"
Why on earth does Pak have to follow ( copy ?) India internationally ?

" Everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go..?"

Surely the wizards in Pindi & Islamabad have a mind of their own which they would use to further national interests.
 

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I am mystified as to why he did not hold up a picture of AQ Khan in one hand and the map of North Korea in the other to reinforce his point? While wearing a white flower on each ear and a dove on each shoulder to symbolize peace?
 

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What kinda credentials they got??? like we have nukes.. we will nuke first ... don't forget we are nuclear power???? lolz
 

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Why on earth does Pak have to follow ( copy ?) India internationally ?

" Everywhere that Mary went, the lamb was sure to go..?"

Surely the wizards in Pindi & Islamabad have a mind of their own which they would use to further national interests.
So it means 48 Nations who are already joined this group and India is following them then who is in this case Lamb..............Every country with no violation of that treaty has right to apply. Its not Indians born right which you are thinking...............stop dreaming in your dreams that you are superpower........
 

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Did Aziz also wave a spiral bound book with heading "NSG official report" when he made that statement or the laughter got uncontrollable this time?

Anyway Pakistan does have more experience with nuclear supplies and Aziz may have misunderstood the groups purpose.
 

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So it means 48 Nations who are already joined this group and India is following them then who is in this case Lamb..............Every country with no violation of that treaty has right to apply. Its not Indians born right which you are thinking...............stop dreaming in your dreams that you are superpower........

Comprehension issues.

Re read what the Pak FM has said
 

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Did Aziz also wave a spiral bound book with heading "NSG official report" when he made that statement or the laughter got uncontrollable this time?

Anyway Pakistan does have more experience with nuclear supplies and Aziz may have misunderstood the groups purpose.
NSG was formed when Indian back stab Canada and world with smiling buddha..

The NSG was founded in response to the Indian nuclear test in May 1974 and first met in November 1975. The test demonstrated that certain non-weapons specific nuclear technology could be readily turned to weapons development. Nations already signatories of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) saw the need to further limit the export of nuclear equipment, materials or technology. Another benefit was that non-NPT and non-Zangger Committee nations, then specifically France, could be brought in.
 

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Sartaj aziz might have forgotten about AQ KHAN. It happens at his age so no big deal.
 

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ISLAMABAD:

Pakistan's top Foreign Affairs Advisor Sartaj Aziz has said Islamabad's credentials for the membership of Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG) are stronger than India's if the 48-nation group agrees to form a uniform criteria for non-Non Proliferation Treaty (NPT) states.

In an interview to Pakistani channel Dawn News on Sunday, Mr Aziz said Pakistan has diplomatically engaged numerous countries.

"If the group forms a uniform criteria, then Pakistan has stronger credentials for NSG membership than India," the advisor claimed.

"Our strategy was to apply after India did, after which we would have immediately followed. We have had our application in an advance state of readiness for the past three months for this this purpose," Mr Aziz said.

He expressed hope that, due to Pakistan's strong credentials, if India gains entry into the club, Pakistan will not be left behind.

The advisor claimed that Pakistan has come a long way, and everyone has witnessed how well Islamabad safeguards its nuclear assets.

The Nuclear Suppliers Group or NSG is expected to hold its next meeting on June 20.

The NSG is a 48-nation club dedicated to curbing nuclear arms proliferation by controlling the export and re-transfer of materials that could foster nuclear weapons development.

http://www.ndtv.com/world-news/paks...indias-for-nsg-membership-sartaj-aziz-1418331
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