US State Department spokesman Ned Price said in a press briefing that we are ready to support India-Pakistan in any way that both countries find appropriate.
State Department spokesman Ned Price. (file photo)
America once again on Thursday India-Pakistan Has given a big statement regarding the relation of Foreign Ministry Spokesperson ned price Said that India is a global strategic partner of America, and at the same time, it also supports dialogue to resolve long-standing disputes between India and Pakistan. Price, however, said that the decision has to be taken by the two neighboring countries themselves.
State Department spokesman Ned Price said in response to a question that the US-Pakistan Counterterrorism Dialogue provides an opportunity for the US to express our willingness to work with Pakistan to combat terrorist threats, violent extremism, The dangers etc. present in the area can be dealt with. Price said that it is our common interest to deal with threats to regional security.
creative conversation support
He said that we support constructive dialogue. We also support diplomacy between India and Pakistan to resolve long-standing disputes. US State Department spokesman Ned Price said in a press briefing that we are ready to support this matter in any way that both countries find appropriate.
India and Pakistan will have to decide on their own.
Price said that ‘but in the end these are the decisions that India and Pakistan will have to take themselves. It is not the job of America to decide the manner of dialogue between them. Price’s statement came at a time when Pakistan on Thursday decided not to attend the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO) chief justices’ meeting to be held in New Delhi on March 10-12. Pakistan will be the only country to skip the organized meeting.
India is a strategic partner of America
Price on relations with India America’s message about India is consistent. Responding to US Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s recent visit to India and his meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, he said, ‘India is a global strategic partner of America.’ The secretary met with the PM when he was in Delhi for the G20. I am not in a position to tell in detail what conversation took place between them. Blinken was in India to participate in the G20 Foreign Ministers’ meeting and the Raisina Dialogue.