India, US ask Pakistan to act on terror, after foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale’s meeting

India and the United States on Tuesday called on Pakistan to “meaningfully address” global concerns on terrorism and cross-border terrorism, during Indian foreign secretary Vijay Gokhale’s ongoing trip for diplomatic consultations.

“Both sides called on Pakistan to meaningfully address the concerns of the international community on terrorism, including cross-border terrorism,” Indian embassy said in a readout of Gokhale’s meeting with his US counterpart, under-secretary for political affairs David Hale.

The two countries had issued a call to Pakistan to undertake “concerted action” to dismantle its terror network after Gokhale called on US secretary of state Michael R Pompeo on Monday.  Read More

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