U.S. rules out mediation between Pak, India over Kashmir dispute

Islamabad, Dec. 09 : The United States has ruled out the possibility of mediating on the Kashmir dispute, saying that Pakistan and India should discuss the issue directly.

State Department spokesperson Marie Harf said that the US believes both South Asian neighbors need to keep building a better relationship and 'work together' on issues like Kashmir, the Express Tribune reports.

The U.S. also urged Islamabad and New Delhi to keep working for improvement in their bilateral relations, the report added.

--ANI (Posted on 09-12-2013)

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