US Won’t Interrupt India-Pakistan Peace Process Until Both Seek Help

The US has completely dismissed any part for itself in Indo-Pak peace process until both the nations together request it. As per a senior authority who affirmed that the most ideal approach to determine issues is through direct dialogue between the two neighbors. President Barack Obama and his dialogists discussed with the Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his team regarding the circumstance in LoC (Line of Control). Pakistan has frequently made a request for the United States to be occupied with it.

No US role in India-Pakistan peace process

Yesterday an official said, this has been an emphasis of the proceeded policy of the United states for both nations to work out these issues bilaterally and obviously we and different nations would will to give encouraging and other supporting part if India and Pakistan together request. The authority, asking for anonymity did acknowledge that it has received set of dossiers from Pakistan on claimed Indian exercises in parts of Pakistan. Secretary of State John Kerry in the meeting on Wednesday with Prime Minister said, hand over composed material relating with specific worries that Pakistan has about security in the region.

Authority said, as the Secretary underscored the most ideal approach to determine issues is through direct dialogue between the two neighbors. We stand prepared to support such dialogue in any means we can. It is not the strategy of the US to attempt to influence or try to set terms or generally even make recommendations for how that dialogue should to occur. We hope that India and Pakistan have a dialogue, standardize relations and cooperate to move the peace in region and success of the individual nations, the authority said, including that there is no US shift towards India or Pakistan.

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