US announces peace talks with India, Afghanistan      

US Secretary of State John Kerry and Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj

US Secretary of State John Kerry and Indian Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj

New Delhi … News Time

The United States has asked Pakistan to announce a trilateral dialogue with India and Afghanistan for the peace process in Afghanistan should not feel themselves isolated. US Secretary of State John Kerry said while addressing a press conference in New Delhi with his Indian counterpart Sushma Swaraj.India, announced plans to trilateral talks between Afghanistan and the United States. He said Pakistan will not feel isolated themselves from the carnage States, tripartite talks between India and Pakistan in New York next month. He said that hope is not distinct from that of Pakistan as a country, but will also be encouraged. AFP said the US and India to strengthen bilateral ties while once again called on Pakistan to take steps to eliminate militant groups operating from its territory. Kerry became part of a coalition of other countries urged Pakistan to deal with terrorists in its territory. He condemned terrorism, saying that the proposal should be brought to justice those responsible for the Mumbai attack and Pathankot. He cannot differentiate between good and bad terrorists. Terrorism also terrorism, wherever and do. He said the US government is communicating clearly with all the countries of the region. The outbreak of terrorism that these countries need to take measures. He had raised the matter with Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, Kerry said. The BBC’s John Kerry said the United States supports all efforts to bring justice to those who attacked Mumbai and Pathankot. He said that in the recent past, Pakistan has acted more strongly against groups like the Haqqani network. U S and India against John Kerry said the same about terrorism the two countries agreed to exchange information on terrorists. Kerry said the United States needs to build 6 nuclear power plants in India to meet. The two sides will also discuss cooperation to improve cyber security. The Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj alleged once again that Pakistan was providing safe havens for terrorists. He said that he discussed the issue of terrorism assistance to Pakistan over border US, India agree with the position that terrorism cannot be differentiated in the good or in the bad category and any country about terrorism that may not have double standards. US terrorism, India has agreed to stand. He also said that he repeated that Pakistan should stop providing safe havens to terrorists on its territory. He also thanked the US support for membership in the Nuclear Suppliers Group. The officials of both countries that he has a contract for the project Intelligence. We have agreed on additional measures to improve counterterrorism cooperation Sushma Swaraj said. In response to the question regarding the resumption of negotiations that Pakistan Sushma Swaraj said India does not increase tension, Pakistan. We want to solve problems through dialogue that we have told Pakistan but he took steps that we have to suspend negotiations. He said that negotiations are only possible in the event of action against those responsible. Earlier Commercial between the US and India in New Delhi and agreed to exchange information on terrorists in the strategic dialogue. Security between the two leaders, economic cooperation and energy targets India discussed the supply of new technology to the full. AFP the United States and India are willing to take the bilateral trade increased from $ 100 billion to $ 500 billion. John Kerry and US Secretary of Commerce Penny Pritzker arrived in Delhi on Tuesday to attend the second round of the India-US strategic and commercial negotiations. He will also meet with Prime Minister Narendra Modi.


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