U.S. expresses concern about future stability of Pakistan govt

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Pakistan is upset over Trump's new roadmap for Afghanistan which on the one hand seeks a greater role for India in the region and on the other hand questions Pakistan's credentials in the fight against terrorism.

Accordingly, Islamabad and Washington are soon going to commence process of dialogue on the future relationship and cooperation on the future of Afghanistan at the appropriate level and the Foreign Minister will be visiting Washington and meet Secretary of State Rex Tillerson there in near future.

India is a blatant violator of worldwide law.

He said that Indian move to keep LoC a burning issue was primarily to hide the crimes against Kashmiris its forces were committing in IoK.

"I think that right now, with the growing consensus against terrorism, they'll find themselves diplomatically isolated, they'll find themselves economically in increasing trouble, as countries that are damaged by this terrorism coming out of there say enough is enough and take steps", he said. "Indian irresponsible and hostile behavior is endangering the peace and security of the region and beyond".

However, Nauert did not respond to questions on previous media reports that the Trump administration intends to be tough on Pakistan as possibilities of further cuts in aid, sanctions on officials with ties to known extremists exist.

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U.S. -Pakistan relations have been roiled for years by allegations that Pakistan tolerates the presence of the Afghan Taliban and the allied Haqqani network, which are leading the insurgency against Afghan and U.S. forces.

He said as Indian brutalities in Kashmir continue, it is time for worldwide community to put words into actions regarding promises made to the people of Indian Occupied Kashmir.

While addressing the USIP, he had said that Pakistan is hoping for peace in Afghanistan.

"Pakistan has begun a decisive offensive against terrorists on its soil", the spokesperson said, calling General Dunford's statement "baseless". "We want peace and harmony with our neighbours but if India But if India carries out any surgical strike in Pakistan or strikes at its nuclear installations then things might get worse", he warned. "Case of Dr. Muhammad Qasim, is among many cases of miscarriage of justice", he added.

He informed that Japanese high level delegation visited Pakistan for the 10th round of political consultations, held at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

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