THREATENING PAKISTAN’S REQUEST, THE US SAYS THE DIALOGUE BETWEEN INDIA AND PAKISTAN IS A MATTER FOR THOSE TWO COUNTRIES.

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Washington: The negotiations between India and Pakistan are between those two countries, according to US State Department Spokesperson Ned Price.

His comments came during a news conference on Monday in answer to a question on Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s desire for dialogue with India and New Delhi’s response.

According to Ned Price, “We have long advocated for South Asian regional stability. That’s exactly what we’d like to see. We want to see it progress.”Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif called for “serious and earnest talks” with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week to resolve unresolved issues. Sharif told Dubai-based Al Arabiya TV that Pakistan has learned its lesson after three wars with India and that it now seeks peace with its neighbour.

“When it comes to our connections, particularly with India and Pakistan, these are self-contained relationships. We do not consider these relationships to be zero-sum. They are self-sufficient “He went on to say.

“We have always advocated for regional stability in South Asia, but the speed, extent, and character of any discussion between IndiaPakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif called for “serious and earnest talks” with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi last week to resolve unresolved issues. Sharif told Dubai-based Al Arabiya TV that Pakistan has learned its lesson after three wars with India and that it now seeks peace with its neighbour.

and Pakistan are entirely up to those two nations,” he said.

“My message to the Indian leadership and Prime Minister Modi is to sit down at the table and have meaningful and sincere discussion

s about resolving our sticking areas, such as Kashmir. It is up to us to live quietly and advance, or to argue and waste time and resources “Shehbaz Sharif stated this.

“We’ve had three wars with India, and they’ve simply added to the people’s misery, poverty, and unemployment. We’ve learned our lesson, and we want to live in peace with India as long as we can solve our genuine concerns “He went on to say.In response to Pakistan Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif’s wish to meet with Prime Minister Modi, Ministry of External Affairs Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi stated, “We have stated repeatedly that we have always desired normal neighbourly relations with Pakistan. However, there must be a favourable environment free of panic, animosity, and violence. That is still our position.”

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