Press Trust of India, business-standard.com
However, Japan asserted that it does not see India moving in that direction
As both countries "in principle" agreed for cooperation in civil nuclear energy, Japan today cautioned India that it will be "quite natural" for it to review its cooperation if New Delhi goes for a nuclear test.
However, Japan asserted that it does not see India moving in that direction.
If sealed, the nuclear pact with India will be Japan's first with a country which has not joined the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT).
"What do you think will happen," asked Yasuhisa Kawamura, Press Secretary, Director General for Press and Public Diplomacy of the Japanese government when asked how Japan will react if India goes in for a nuclear test.
He said that Japan does not see India moving away from its self imposed moratorium on nuclear tests and international commitments. ...