On Wednesday, the United States encouraged Pakistan and India to engage in direct talks regarding matters of mutual concern.
US State Department Spokesman Matthew Miller made this suggestion in response to Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s recent offer for talks between the two nuclear-armed neighboring countries.
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“We have consistently advocated for direct dialogue between India and Pakistan to address their concerns,” Mr. Miller stated.
During a summit in Islamabad on Tuesday, the prime minister expressed his willingness to engage in talks with India, emphasizing that for the two nations to be “normal neighbors,” serious issues must be addressed through peaceful and meaningful discussions.
India in CPEC
Pakistan is currently celebrating the 10th anniversary of China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), the special delegation from China is also in Pakistan to mark the greatest project of long-lasting friendship.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan Muhammad Shahbaz Shareef also invited the leadership of India to participate in China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) to get great benefit from this mutual project towards success.