Now after Swiss, Mexico backs India’s NSG membership

Mexico City: Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi who has concluded his five nations tour on Thursday, which was believed to be very impressive as after Switzerland now Mexico started backing India’s membership Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).

It is believed that India is emerging as most powerful nation as soon after Narendra Modi has wrapped-up his five nations trip of Afghanistan, Qatar, Switzerland, United States and Mexico. Switzerland and Mexico has started backing in its bid to become member of the NSG ahead of the 48-nation nuclear trading bloc in Vienna.

The President of Mexico Enrique Pena Nieto has announced that his country supports India’s membership of the elite Nuclear Supplier Gruop (NSG) after meeting Modi with a focus of investment, information technology, energy and space between the two countries.

Mexico recognises India’s bid to be part of the NSG. As a country, we are going to be positively and constructively supporting India’s request in recognition of the commitment by Prime Minister Modi to the international agenda of disarmament and non proliferation of nuclear weapons,” Nieto said at a joint media interaction with Modi.

The Indian PM on other hand has thanked the thanked the Mexican President for his country’s support and called Mexico an important partner for India.