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Britain Joins US In Lifting Nuke Sanctions On India

UPI | August 11, 2005

Britain has lifted nuclear sanctions on India, becoming the first country to respond positively to an India-U.S. civilian nuclear agreement signed last month.

"As the first country to respond positively to India-U.S. nuclear deal, the Blair government notified parliament Wednesday about significant changes in its laws regarding exports of dual-use technologies to India," The Times of India newspaper said Thursday.

Under the relaxed rules, applications for items under the dual-use list of the Nuclear Suppliers Group will now be allowed to India and Pakistan on a case-by-case basis and only when their end-use will be in a civilian facility safeguarded by the International Atomic Energy Agency, the U.N. nuclear watchdog.

India and Pakistan acquired nuclear weapons in 1998. Last month, the Bush administration recognized India as a responsible nuclear power and agreed to supply it with civilian nuclear technology.

"Applications for other licensable items, even those under weapon of mass destruction end-use controls will be opened on case-by-case basis," said an Indian Foreign Ministry source Thursday.

The criteria for considering these licenses will be clear end-user certification that they will be used in safeguarded nuclear fuel cycles and not in weapons programs.


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