Aziz told the Senate that Pakistan’s “efforts towards non-discriminatory approach will pay off“.
Sartaj Aziz, Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs indiatoday
Both India and Pakistan have applied for the NSG membership, which would allow both countries to join nuclear commerce.
“The Additional Secretary highlighted the factors which placed Pakistan’s application for NSG membership on solid grounds, including Pakistan’s technical experience, capability and well-established commitment to non-proliferation and nuclear safety and security,” Pakistan’s foreign office spokesperson Tasnim Aslam said in a statement.
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It did not give exact number of envoys who attended the briefing but said that “a large number of ambassadors and other senior level representatives” were present.
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It is believed that Pakistan has support of China which has assured that it would not support India’s membership until Pakistan was also given the same treatment. Last month Pakistan formally applied for the NSG membership.