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US expects no breakthrough from nuclear talks with India
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08:11, July 20, 2007

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The United States said Thursday that there will be no breakthrough from an ongoing U.S.-India nuclear talks which were extended into the third day.

U.S. and Indian officials extended their nuclear talks by another day after failing Wednesday to finalize an implementing accord for their landmark civilian atomic deal.

Negotiators from the two countries have made progress during last two days of talks. "They had a good meeting," State Department deputy spokesman Tom Casey said Wednesday.

However, the spokesman said on Thursday that "I would be very surprised if you saw someone stand up and say 'Eureka, we have an agreement,'" Casey said.

U.S. and Indian officials are likely to have more talks in coming weeks, according to the spokesman.

It was reported that one of major differences over U.S.-India nuclear cooperation deal has been U.S. reluctance to allow India to reprocess spent atomic fuel, a crucial step in making weapons- grade nuclear materiel.

Source: Xinhua

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