America will not be able to reduce tension between India and Pakistan, denied denial
The United States has said that under its strategies in the South Asian region, it will focus its attention on ending the tension between India and Pakistan. Although he refused to mediate between neighboring countries.
Executive Assistant Secretary Alice G. Wells said that due to the arrival of a new nuclear power ballistic or cruise missile, the Trump administration is very concerned about the threat of strategic stability in South Asia.
During addressing the members of the US Congress, Wells said that the South Asian policy also has a strategy to reduce the tension between India and Pakistan. He refused to play the role of mediator between India and Pakistan and said that the US would encourage both countries to resume talks on the upcoming occasions.
He said that the improved relations between the two countries are important for the security and stability of the region. In particular, this region and the world are looking at both Pakistan and India to save South Asia from a nuclear conflict.
America ready to support Pak for the end of terror
Wells said that the US is still concerned about the growing fragile stock of Pakistan and the expansion of military nuclear and missile programs. Wells expressed concern over the stability and security of the South Asia region that America is ready to support Pakistan with the elimination of militant groups like the Lashkar-e-Taiba, Jaish-e-Mohammed and Haqqani network.
We are also concerned about Pakistan with the stability and security of the region.