Wants to see peaceful, constructive relations between Pakistan and India: US Wants to see peaceful, constructive relations between Pakistan and India: US

Wants to see peaceful, constructive relations between Pakistan and India: US

Wants to see peaceful, constructive relations between Pakistan and India: US

US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said on Wednesday that the US values ​​its relationship with Pakistan and India and wants to see peaceful, constructive relations between the two countries.

US State Department spokesperson Matthew Miller has said that he wants to see peaceful, constructive relations between Pakistan and India.

US State Department spokesman Matthew Miller said in response to a question during a press briefing in Washington DC on Wednesday that the US values ​​its relationship with Pakistan and India and wants to see peaceful, constructive relations between the two countries.

He also welcomed the congratulations of Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Shehbaz Sharif.

Will the US welcome future talks between Pakistan and India on all issues, including Kashmir?

In response to this question, the US spokesperson said that "of course we would welcome a productive and peaceful dialogue between Pakistan and India, but the pace of any dialogue has to be determined by Pakistan and India."

Briefly answering a lengthy question about alleged human rights violations in Pakistan, the US spokesperson said, "You have heard me say it many times from this podium, and we have made it clear in our private conversations that we want Pakistan should respect the human rights of all its citizens.

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Relations between India and Pakistan have been strained and there have been wars between the two neighboring countries of South Asia with nuclear power. Peaceful and good relations between neighboring countries are essential for

One of the main reasons for the tension between Pakistan and India is the Kashmir issue. One part of Kashmir is administered by Pakistan and the other by India. Pakistan wants the solution of the Kashmir issue according to the wishes of the population there and the resolutions of the United Nations, while India considers it a part of its country and has annexed it through Article 370 in August 2019.

Shahbaz Sharif, in his first speech in the House on Sunday after being elected Prime Minister, once again emphasized on the solution of the Kashmir issue.

In the past, the spokesperson of the US State Department, Ned Price, has also said that 'We have been calling for regional stability in South Asia for a long time. We want to see it developed. As far as our partnership is concerned, our partnership with Pakistan and India is individually established.

In a press briefing, he said, 'We don't see this partnership as a zero-sum game. We have been talking about stability in South Asia for a long time, but the pace, scope and nature of negotiations between Pakistan and India should be determined by these two countries.

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