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“We have reached an understanding on the implementation of our agreement on civil nuclear cooperation,” Singh said during a joint appearance by the two leaders. “I have conveyed to the president that India has finalized the identification of civilian facilities to which we had committed.”
Under the accord, the United States would share American nuclear know-how and fuel with India to help power its fast-growing economy, even though India won’t sign the international nonproliferation treaty. It would represent a major shift in policy for the United States, which imposed temporary sanctions on India in 1998 after it conducted nuclear tests.
Originally posted by mikesingh
George W Bush and the Indian Prime Minister have hammered out a civilian nuclear deal for supply of nuclear fuel to India.