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US asks India, Pak to look for ways to resolve differences

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The US today asked and to look for ways to resolve their deeply-held differences peacefully.

However, it refrained from making any comment on Prime Minister Modi's remarks at the BRICS Summit in that is "mothership" of terrorism.



"I have to admit, I have not been briefed on those comments. What I can say in general is that we have encouraged and to look for ways to resolve peacefully their deeply-held differences on a range of issues," Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters at his daily news conference.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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US asks India, Pak to look for ways to resolve differences

The US today asked India and Pakistan to look for ways to resolve their deeply-held differences peacefully. However, it refrained from making any comment on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's remarks at the BRICS Summit in Goa that Pakistan is "mothership" of terrorism. "I have to admit, I have not been briefed on those comments. What I can say in general is that we have encouraged India and Pakistan to look for ways to resolve peacefully their deeply-held differences on a range of issues," White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters at his daily news conference. The US today asked and to look for ways to resolve their deeply-held differences peacefully.

However, it refrained from making any comment on Prime Minister Modi's remarks at the BRICS Summit in that is "mothership" of terrorism.

"I have to admit, I have not been briefed on those comments. What I can say in general is that we have encouraged and to look for ways to resolve peacefully their deeply-held differences on a range of issues," Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters at his daily news conference.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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US asks India, Pak to look for ways to resolve differences

The US today asked and to look for ways to resolve their deeply-held differences peacefully.

However, it refrained from making any comment on Prime Minister Modi's remarks at the BRICS Summit in that is "mothership" of terrorism.

"I have to admit, I have not been briefed on those comments. What I can say in general is that we have encouraged and to look for ways to resolve peacefully their deeply-held differences on a range of issues," Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters at his daily news conference.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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