America advocates direct talks between India-Pakistan to reduce tension

Washington: The United States of America (USA) has advised India and Pakistan to hold direct talks between the two countries to sort out the tension which was developed after recent unrest in Jammu and Kashmir.

America advocates direct talks among the Indo-Pak to reduce tension between the two countries and normalize their ties.

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The State Department Deputy Spokesperson Mark C. Toner told journalists on Monday, “We strongly support all efforts between India and Pakistan that can contribute to a more stable and prosperous region, and that includes meetings at any level between Indian and Pakistani officials.”

Toner was responding to a question about Islamabad’s support for terrorism which developed tension between India and Pakistan relations and a recent war of words over alleged human rights violations in Jammu and Kashmir.

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