The US has strongly told Pakistan that it cannot tolerate its government providing a safe haven to terrorists, American Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley said on Thursday, asserting that Washington and New Delhi must become global leaders in the fight against terrorism.
In an address in Delhi on advancing India-US relations, she said neither of the two nations can afford to turn a blind eye to the regimes that produce, harbour, and support terrorists, and in this context, the US is approaching its “relationship with Pakistan differently than in the past”.
She said though in many instances Pakistan had been a partner of the US, it cannot tolerate the Pakistani government, or any other government, giving a safe haven to terrorists.
“We won’t tolerate it. We are communicating this message to Pakistan more strongly than in the past and we hope to see changes,” the 46-year-old Indian-American said in her address organised by the think-tank Observer Research Foundation. Read More