Modi-Key talks: New Zealand assures 'constructive' approach on India's NSG bid

Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomes his New Zealand's counterpart John Key ahead of talks during which he sought Wellington's support for India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group in New Delhi on Wednesday.

FP Staff October 26, 2016 18:14:17 IST
Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomes his New Zealand's counterpart John Key ahead of talks during which he sought Wellington's support for India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group in New Delhi on Wednesday. (Photo: PTI)
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Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomes his New Zealand's counterpart John Key ahead of talks during which he sought Wellington's support for India's entry into the Nuclear Suppliers Group in New Delhi on Wednesday. (Photo: PTI)
PM Modi with his New Zealand's counterpart John Key and his wife, Bronagh Key in New Delhi on Wednesday. New Zealand was one of the countries that took the stand at the last NSG plenary in South Korea in June that no exception can be made in the case of India, a non-NPT country, while considering its membership bid of the elite group that regulates trade in atomic material. (Photo: PTI)
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PM Modi with his New Zealand's counterpart John Key and his wife, Bronagh Key in New Delhi on Wednesday. New Zealand was one of the countries that took the stand at the last NSG plenary in South Korea in June that no exception can be made in the case of India, a non-NPT country, while considering its membership bid of the elite group that regulates trade in atomic material. (Photo: PTI)
Before raising the issue of terrorism, Modi and Key discussed investment and trade ties between the two countries. They recognised the need for greater economic engagement in order to effectively respond to the growing uncertainties in the global economy. (Photo: PTI)
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Before raising the issue of terrorism, Modi and Key discussed investment and trade ties between the two countries. They recognised the need for greater economic engagement in order to effectively respond to the growing uncertainties in the global economy. (Photo: PTI)
New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key inspects a guard of honor during a ceremonial reception in New Delhi on Wednesday. Modi and Key also agreed to strengthen security and intelligence cooperation against terrorism and radicalisation, including in the domain of cyber security. They also recognised terrorism as one of the greatest challenges to global peace and security. (Photo: PTI)
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New Zealand's Prime Minister John Key inspects a guard of honor during a ceremonial reception in New Delhi on Wednesday. Modi and Key also agreed to strengthen security and intelligence cooperation against terrorism and radicalisation, including in the domain of cyber security. They also recognised terrorism as one of the greatest challenges to global peace and security. (Photo: PTI)
John Key and his wife Bronagh Key receive a momento after paying tribute at Mahatma Gandhi's memorial, Rajghat in New Delhi on Wednesday. The growing migration and education links between the two nations were also recognised by the leaders. They also recognised the need to ensure all students are provided high-quality education experiences and underlined the need for on-going coordination between agencies in New Zealand and India. (Photo: PTI)
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John Key and his wife Bronagh Key receive a momento after paying tribute at Mahatma Gandhi's memorial, Rajghat in New Delhi on Wednesday. The growing migration and education links between the two nations were also recognised by the leaders. They also recognised the need to ensure all students are provided high-quality education experiences and underlined the need for on-going coordination between agencies in New Zealand and India. (Photo: PTI)