Modi’s visit impress Swiss to supports India for NSG entry

(Geneva) India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi recent concluded visit to Switzerland made politicians so impressed that the country extends its support for India’s entry into the elite 48 member of nuclear trading nations’ club called Nuclear Supplier Group (NSG).

“We have promised India support in its efforts to become a member of NSG,” said Switzerland President Johann Schneider-Ammann after a meeting with visiting India Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

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Basically India is trying hard from past many years to get entry as an 48th nations in the elite group of Nucler Supplier Group (NSG). However India’s name has been kept out of the group because of because of its counterpart nation China has always opposed on the ground of that India has refused to sign the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. Even China use to develop its own nuclear technology.

Now with this support of Switzerland to India as an member of NSG club, Modi has scored in big way for diplomatic victory.

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On these ground Narendra Modi thanked Switzerland President for extending support to India as an permanent member of (NSG). Modi said in an statement that India and Switzerland shares “a commitment to reform international institutions in line with current global realities”.

“We have both agreed to support each other for our respective bids for the non-permanent membership of the UN Security Council. I am also thankful to the President for Switzerland’s understanding and support for India’s membership of the Nuclear Supplier Group,” Modi said at a joint press conference with the Swiss President.

Later Modi left Switzerland for his further trip for United States.

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After holding bilateral talks with Switzerland President Johann Schneider-Ammann, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday left here for the US on the fourth leg of his five-nation tour.