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Trump administration backs India’s quest for NSG membership

Donald Trump for the first time resorted to a role reversal and backed India’s quest for NSG membership.
US Government’s endorsement will advocate India’s demand for getting a membership into the Nuclear Suppliers Group besides two other export control regimes – Australia Group and Wassenar Group.
In an official statement, the US State nifty futures lot size Department said that India is ready for NSG membership in what can be described as taking forward moves made by the Obama administration to push India’s case in the exclusive club.
Observers believe that this statement is a clear indication of the fact that the US will continue to work closely with India, and will help the country to ensure a seat in this elite group.
Last year India managed to reserve a seat at the Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) by outsmarting China.