It was agreed upon the issue of China-based terrorist organization Jaish-e-Mohammad's gangster Masood Azhar, but it is continuing its clutches when India is inducted into the Nuclear Suppliers Group (NSG). On Friday, China said that as long as there is no consensus on any plan for countries which do not sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT), then there will be no discussion about joining the NSG.
When Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang was asked how long this agreement could be made, he refused to give a deadline. He said that there is a need to discuss this issue in detail. So they can’t predict about it.
When Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Kang was asked whether China's attitude towards the inclusion of India's NSG has changed. In response, he said that there was no discussion about India in the ongoing NSG meeting in the Azad Kashmir agitation. Unless there is a consensus on the plans for countries that do not sign the Non-Proliferation Treaty, then there will be no discussion about the inclusion of other countries in the NSG.
Meanwhile, Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Kang said that China is not obstructing entry into India's NSG. China is just talking about the rules and procedures of the NSG. He said, "China is not imposing itself on not only in India but inclusion of any country in the NSG. There are procedures and rules of the NSG, according to which the member countries take a decision. I think that the NSG meeting is going in Astana and it will discuss issues related to non-nuclear non-proliferation treaty, political and legal issues”.