US wants Pakistan, India to improve bilateral ties
WASHINGTON: United States has said that it wants Pakistan and India to improve their bilateral ties, ARY News reported.
US State Department Spokesman John Kirby, in a news brieifing, said that the country was concerned over the hostilities between the two South Asian countries.
“Pakistan and India should concentrate on reducing their hostilities by holding negotiations,” Kirby said.
The state department spokesman also expressed his concerns over the Line of Control (LoC) ceasefire by Indian forces.
This is not the first that Kirby has urged Pakistan and India to resolve their issues via negotiations.
Earlier, United States has urged Pakistan and India to hold direct talks for defusing the hostilities between the two countries.
He had said that economic ties between Pakistan and India can create employment opportunities for both South Asian countries.