US asks Pakistan, China to deny safe havens and support to terrorists


The Trump administration called on Pakistan and China to “uphold their responsibilities pursuant to UN security council resolutions to deny safe havens and support for terrorists” even as President Donald Trump described the Pulwama attack as a “horrible situation” and said “it would be wonderful if they (India and Pakistan) get along”.

The US formulation about denying safe havens and support to terrorists expressed through the State Department was addressed to “all countries”, but it was clearly directed at Islamabad and Beijing since Pakistan is host to UN-designated terrorists and China has repeatedly aided Pakistan to avoid global censure on this matter using its veto. Read More….

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