Canada ready to sell nuclear reactors to India

New Delhi: Having said no for long, Canada has now expressed its desire to sell nuclear reactors to India.
Canadian Foreign Minister John Baird as saying, “We have turned the page with India. India is a very different country today.”
Baird, who is currently visiting New Delhi for talks with his Indian counterpart SM Krishna, said Canada values and welcomes Indian investment in natural resources and energy.
Of late, Canada has come to be known as energy superpower, on the back of a thriving economy.
Canadian Prime Minister M Stephen Harper is also due to visit India in November for summit talks.
India and Canada had inked a nuclear deal in 2010 but the same has not been operationalised as there has been no finalisation of end-user agreement.
Krishna yesterday said after talks with his Canadian counterpart that India was hoping for the early completion of talks on Appropriate Arrangements for the bilateral Civil Nuclear Cooperation Agreement signed in 2010.

    'No new videos.'

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.