September 15, 1977
STATE DEPARTMENT TELEGRAM 222114 TO U.S. EMBASSY PARIS, 'NUCLEAR SUPPLIERS MEETING'
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get citationThis document reflects that while full-scope safeguards had wide support in the group, both the French and the West German remained opposed. The Carter administration tried to persuade the French but they were worried about being "isolated" in the group and talked about withdrawing or opposing further meetings because the NSG had “fully achieved” its objectives. Washington persuaded Paris not to withdraw, but the group’s future was plainly uncertain."State Department telegram 222114 to U.S. Embassy Paris, 'Nuclear Suppliers Meeting'," September 15, 1977, History and Public Policy Program Digital Archive, National Archives Access to Archival Databases Online collections, State Department telegrams for 1974 and other years. Obtained and contributed by William Burr. https://digitalarchive.wilsoncenter.org/document/119825