EU cooperates with India on nuclear

2 October 2005

The European Union (EU) appears to have completely forgiven India for developing nuclear weapons, forging a broad cooperation agreement involving both sides working together to develop nuclear energy.

This will be coordinated by an India-EU energy panel, whose role involves creating a working group on fusion energy, charged with considering Indian participation in the ITER project.

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