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New conditions will nullify IAEA pact: India
August 05, 2008 18:04 IST
Pressing for a 'clean' and 'unconditional' waiver from the Nuclear Suppliers' Group to take the Indo-US nuclear deal forward, India on Tuesday said it does not expect any new conditions since that would nullify the safeguards pact cleared by the IAEA.
New Delhi [Images] also said that its export control requirements have already been harmonised in tune with the guidelines of the 45-nation NSG, whose clearance will end the nation's nuclear isolation.
"All we want is a clean and unconditional exemption from the Nuclear Suppliers' Group," he said.
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