U.S. State Department reports that U.S. officials have instructions not to share U.S. "concerns" with India over Pakistan's nuclear program.
November 2, 1978
'US Demarche on Pakistani Reprocessing Plant,' US Embassy Paris cable 36143 to State Department
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Comments by French advisor Jacomet on the State Department's demarche on Pakistani nuclear development. Jacomet stated that the French government was planning a similar demarche. He was most concerned about the response of Italy and West Germany.
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