We don’t have just one but many problems with China: PM Modi
New Delhi: In spite of China’s prolonged objection on India’s membership of Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG), Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday said he was confident the country would definitely get entry into the bloc and that it had not just one but many problems with China and efforts were on to resolve them all.
“Even the previous governments made consistent efforts to get membership of the United Nation Security Council (UNSC), Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO), Missile Technology Control Regime (MTCR) as well as NSG. Whichever government was in power tried its best to get associated with these groups. Hence, it will be wrong to say that it is only my government that is doing it as the process is continual,” said the PM in an interview with a leading news channel.
“We do not have just one problem with China but a bunch of them, with many issues pending. Undoubtedly, efforts are on to solve them one-by-one. The process is time-taking but it has begun on a positive note. Things will definitely move forward according to rules,” added PM Modi.
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