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|Saturday, August 05, 2000, updated at 14:47(GMT+8)|
Pakistan Not to Export Nuclear Material: SpokesmanPakistan on Friday reiterated its unequivocal commitment not to export sensitive nuclear material, equipment or technologies to any third country.
"Nuclear activity in Pakistan is restricted to the public sector and the question of unauthorized transfer of sensitive materials from Pakistan does not arise," the Pakistani Foreign Office spokesman said in a statement on Friday.
The spokesman was commenting on a story carried by a foreign magazine on Thursday suggesting that Pakistan was prepared to export sensitive material and equipment contrary to its assurances and public posture against such transfers.
He said, "Pakistan is unilaterally and unequivocally committed not to export any sensitive materials, equipment and technologies to any country. Our export control procedures are vigorously applied. Our record is impeccable."
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