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Indo-Pak trust deficit a bilateral issue: US

By The Assam Tribune

WASHINGTON, May 27 (PTI) - Noting that the "trust deficit" between India and Pakistan is a bilateral issue, US today said it is "gratified" that the leaders of the two nations are moving in a direction to see that the dialogue become deeper.

However, the US did not give any hint that it was favourably considering Islamabad's request of helping it reduce the trust deficit with India.

"The trust deficit, as it's been called, between India and Pakistan is most significantly a bilateral issue between them. We are friends with both countries. We have strong and strengthening relationships with both countries," State Department spokesman PJ Crowley told reporters here.

Crowley said the US has encouraged both Pakistan and India to enhance its dialogue in cooperation.

"We are gratified that both countries seem to be moving in a direction to see that dialogue become deeper.

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Indo-Pak trust deficit a bilateral issue: US

WASHINGTON, May 27 (PTI) - Noting that the "trust deficit" between India and Pakistan is a bilateral issue, US today said it is "gratified" that the leaders of the two nations are moving in a direction to see that the dialogue become deeper.

However, the US did not give any hint that it was favourably considering Islamabad's request of helping it reduce the trust deficit with India.

"The trust deficit, as it's been called, between India and Pakistan is most significantly a bilateral issue between them. We are friends with both countries. We have strong and strengthening relationships with both countries," State Department spokesman PJ Crowley told reporters here.

Crowley said the US has encouraged both Pakistan and India to enhance its dialogue in cooperation.

"We are gratified that both countries seem to be moving in a direction to see that dialogue become deeper.