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US expresses concern over India’s ballistic missile launch

Expressing concern over India's recent ballistic missile launch, the US has said such actions could potentially "increase" the risk to nuclear security and have an impact on regional security.

"We're concerned by any nuclear and missile developments that could potentially increase the risk to nuclear security risk or lower the threshold for nuclear use," the State Department spokesman, Mark Toner, told reporters."So we continue to urge all states with nuclear weapons to exercise restraint regarding their missile and nuclear capabilities," Toner said when asked about recent ballistic missile test by India.

He said the State Department official had shared its concerns with New Delhi.We are concerned," he reiterated on Thursday when asked if the US was concerned about India's ballistic missile programme. "We are concerned about those kind of actions what they do for regional security," he said.
While his answer was general in nature, a senior State Department official pointed out that it included India and the spokesperson's response was against India-specific question.

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US expresses concern over India’s ballistic missile launch

Saturday, March 26, 2016 1:53 am

Expressing concern over India’s recent ballistic missile launch, the US has said such actions could potentially “increase” the risk to nuclear security and have an impact on regional security.

“We’re concerned by any nuclear and missile developments that could potentially increase the risk to nuclear security risk or lower the threshold for nuclear use,” the State Department spokesman, Mark Toner, told reporters.”So we continue to urge all states with nuclear weapons to exercise restraint regarding their missile and nuclear capabilities,” Toner said when asked about recent ballistic missile test by India.

He said the State Department official had shared its concerns with New Delhi.We are concerned,” he reiterated on Thursday when asked if the US was concerned about India’s ballistic missile programme. “We are concerned about those kind of actions what they do for regional security,” he said.
While his answer was general in nature, a senior State Department official pointed out that it included India and the spokesperson’s response was against India-specific question.

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