March 25, 1974
REPORT, NATIONAL SECURITY COUNCIL UNDER SECRETARIES’ COMMITTEE, 'ACTION PLAN FOR IMPLEMENTING NSDM 235'
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get citationAn interagency NSC sub-committee was exploring the problem of safeguards for sensitive nuclear exports. The problem was that an existing group, the Zangger Committee based on NPT membership, did not have a broad enough membership or scope to manage the problem and that France did not belong to the Zanggger Committee.. Under Secretaries Committee proposed “talks with other suppliers of technology and equipment in the reprocessing and enrichment fields on desirable new constraints or guidelines that should be followed.”"Report, National Security Council Under Secretaries’ Committee, 'Action Plan for Implementing NSDM 235'," March 25, 1974, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library, National Security Council Institutional Files, H-242, NSDM-235 [1 of 2]. Obtained and contributed by William Burr. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/119770