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Sec. Clinton Says Obama Committed to Nuclear Deal with India

Rediff.com, News Report, Posted: Jun 20, 2009

WASHINGTON, DC.-- The Indo-U.S. nuclear deal will go forward, according to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. In a major speech on Indo-U.S. relations to the U.S.-India Business Council, Clinton said the Obama Administration was fully committed to implementing the "landmark accord," according to Rediff.com. She said the first stage of Indo-U.S. relations was ushered in when Pres. Bill Clinton opened a new chapter of engagement with India. Then Pres. George Bush took it to the second level with the Indo-U.S. civilian nuclear agreement. She said the Obama Administration is determined to take it to the third stage, which would allow the countries to move beyond concerns about the status of India's nuclear program to a framework of economic and technical cooperation. She said she was looking forward to visiting India next month. However, hours after the speech, Clinton fell down on the way to the White House and fractured her elbow.

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