June 19, 1975
U.S. EMBASSY LONDON TELEGRAM 9376 TO STATE DEPARTMENT, 'NUCLEAR EXPORT POLICY: BILATERALS WITH FRG'
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get citationThe U.S. delegation agreed to develop a policy paper that would take into account French and other views so as to reach agreement on the most “stringent” safeguards possible. A central but divisive issue was whether safeguards should apply to the entire nuclear fuel cycle (later known as “full-scope” safeguards). Another issue was whether multinational auspices for reprocessing and enrichment plants should be mandatory or a matter of discretion by a supplier country."U.S. Embassy London telegram 9376 to State Department, 'Nuclear Export Policy: Bilaterals with FRG'," June 19, 1975, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, National Archives Access to Archival Databases On-line collections, State Department telegrams for 1974 and other years. Obtained and contributed by William Burr. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/119794