US urges Pakistan, India to cooperate for resolving differences
WASHINGTON: United States has urged Pakistan and India to cooperate in order to resolve differences between them, ARY News reported on Wednesday.
Spokesman of US State Department John Kirby, addressing a press briefing in Washington, said that the country is in talks with Pakistan and India over several issues.
He termed Indus Water Treaty as an excellent example of cooperation between the two South Asian countries. “The two countries are abiding by the treaty for the past 50 years,” Kirby said.
The spokesman added that it is upto India to decide whether she wants to join China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) or not.
Kirby said that US lauds efforts of the international community for peace in Afghanistan. He added that the Afghan issue can only be carry forward through dialogue.