Pak-India tensions not only stirred the both countries but international community is also taking interest and efforts are being made to diffuse tensions between both countries. Recently United States President Donald Trump while addressing the media during an Oval Office signing ceremony said that US will comment on Pulwama attack b an appropriate time.
US president said, “I have watched; I have got a lot of reports on it. We will have comment [on it] at an appropriate time. It would be wonderful if they [India and Pakistan] get along.” “That [the attack] was a horrible situation. We are getting reports. We will have a statement to put out,” Trump added.
Earlier in the day, State Department Deputy Spokesperson Robert Palladino during a press briefing said “We have been in close communication with the government of India to express not only our condolences but our strong support for India as it confronts this terrorism,” said Palladino. “We have a close, cooperative relationship with India, a security relationship, and that includes counter terrorism operations.”
At least 44 Indian paramilitary police have been killed and dozens injured in a bomb blast on Srinagar-Jammu highway in Awantipora area of Pulwama district, Occupied Kashmir, Thursday (Feb 14). According to reports, the blast occurred when a car carrying between 300 and 350kg (660-770lb) of explosives struck a convoy of about 70 vehicles that was carrying about 2,500 troops to the Kashmir Valley.
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21 May, 2019