Constructive dialogue between India & Pakistan for the betterment of their people: US | India News

WASHINGTON: Constructive Dialogue Between India and India Pakistan is for the betterment of the two peoples, USA said and reiterated that its relationship to either party is not zero-sum.
“We have a global strategic partnership with India. I also talked about the deep partnership we have with Pakistan. These relationships in our mind are not zero sum. We don’t view them in relation to each other,” a State Department spokesman said. Price Ned told reporters at his daily press conference on Monday.
Each of them is integral to the United States and to the promotion and pursuit of the common goals we have with India and Pakistan, he said in response to a question.
“The fact that we have a partnership with both countries makes us not want to see a war of words between India and Pakistan. We would like to see constructive dialogue between India and Pakistan. We think it is for the advancement of the people of Pakistan and India. There is a lot of work that we can do together bilaterally.” Price speak.
“Of course, there are differences that need to be resolved between India and Pakistan. The United States stands ready to assist as a partner of both sides,” he affirmed.
“The United States has a global strategic partnership with India. These relationships are self-perpetuating; it’s not zero-sum.
“We see the importance – indeed indispensable – of maintaining a valuable partnership with both our Indian and Pakistani friends. Each of these relationships also has many facets,” he said.
“So even as we strengthen our global strategic partnership with India, we also have a relationship where we can be frank and frank with each other. When we have disagreements or concerns, we speak out like we would with our Pakistani friends,” Price said.
In response to another question, Price said countries around the world welcomed when the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the President of Russia Putin this summer that this is not the age of war.
“I think it’s remarkable that the communiqué that came out of the G20 also has very similar language – I think a testament to the fact that this is the language and this is the appeal that resonates in this country, in South Asia, Europe and around the world. The United States certainly welcomes that,” he said.
“It is also important because India has a relationship with Russia that the United States does not have. For decades, I could say that Russia was ready to be India’s partner in a way that the United States at the time was not. Of course, that has changed in recent decades,” he commented.
“It is the bipartisan legacy of some of the most recent administrations, perhaps beginning most notably with the administration of the President. Mr. George W. Bush that the United States is now a partner, we hope to be the first resort for India. There is so much good that we can do together, not only for the two countries but for the whole world, and I think we will see a prime example of that next year, when India host the G20,” he said.
“I know we will have the opportunity to go to India, to be in close contact with India within the framework of the G20, and we will be able to see how cooperation between our two countries and a broader group of countries can be achieved. what brings,” Price added.


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