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PM Modi Gets Mexico’s Supporting India For NSG Membership

PM Modi Gets Mexico’s Supporting India For NSG Membership :- The Indian Prime-Minister Narendra Modi are getting for the Mexico’s support where the purpose of it that India’s wants for ” the Nuclear Suppliers Group” (NSG) membership.

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Narendra Modi traveling to Mexico After completing his Switzerland journey, his tour for the four countries for the “Nuclear Suppliers Group” (NSG) membership . where the Mexico has decided to support the India’s country for the membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group, where the total 48-member nations club whos are controlling the advanced nuclear technologies.

Mexico country is supported by the India’s membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group because of Indian PM Narendra Modi’s gets a commitment for the agenda of non-proliferation and nuclear disarmament .

“Where the Mexico are recognized that India is interesting to joining the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). “From the Los Pinos residence, where the Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto are said for it after getting a meeting with the Indian PM Modi.
“After that the PM Modi gave thanks for the President Pena Nieto for his support for the India in the Nuclear Suppliers Group,

Mexico’s backing for India’s NSG application represents a historic policy shift for the country, which has held a firm position on nuclear disarmament and non-proliferation.

In the last month the Switzerland also approved with all condition for the Nuclear Suppliers Group for the India and then PM Modi are going for fourth county Mexico.
Before it The Indian PM, Modi also joins the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) with the US President Barack Obama in Washington.

these two deals with helps ti growing India but in the Nuclear Suppliers Group the china is not supporting for India because of it support Pakistan.

Todays Indian PM Modi going for Mexico from the US. After that He is the first Prime Minister in 30 years to visit the country – Rajiv Gandhi had visited in 1986.

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