Wrongdoer: Pak PM wrote to 17 countries against India’s NSG bid, says Sartaj Aziz

Sartaj Aziz
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Once again Pakistan shows its real colour still after getting many chances by India to make good relations, Pakistani foreign affairs advisor Sartaj Aziz said on Monday that Pakistan’s intensive diplomatic lobbying, including Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif personally wrote to 17 prime ministers to oppose on India’s bid to enter into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG).

“Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif personally wrote letters to 17 prime ministers of different countries on the matter, which is on record,” Aziz told media at the ministry of foreign affairs in Islamabad.

The NSG last week failed to reach consensus on India’s membership application after several members, led by China, of the international nuclear trade cartel insisted on adhering to the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) condition for admission.

The statement came days after foreign office spokesperson Nafees Zakriya, during his weekly briefing, said that Pakistan was seeking backing from other countries and refuted claims that it was lobbying against India.

India and Pakistan are the two non-NPT states aspiring for membership of the 48-member international nuclear trade cartel.

As everyone knows that India and Pakistan share very complex relations but still India always treat Pakistan as its younger brother and give chances to reciprocate, however there plans to stop India’s development shows there back out and real face.

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