Krishna welcomes Australia's decision to clear path for Uranium sales to India

   Dec 4, 8:34 pm

New Delhi, Dec 4 (ANI): External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna has welcomed the Australian Labour Party's decision to clear path for Uranium sales to India.

"It is learnt that the Australian Labour Party agreed today, to allow sale of Uranium to India for power generation. Bilateral cooperation in the energy sector is one of the important facets of our multifaceted ties with Australia. We welcome this initiative," said Krishna in response to a question.

Australia's ruling Labour Party's today lifted the long-standing ban on uranium sale to India, thereby paving the way for Canberra to supply yellowcake to a nation outside the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty. (ANI)

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