A Senior US Official Said on Friday

A senior US official said Friday that China could play a constructive role in easing tensions between India and Pakistan, caused by New Delhi's recent decision to merge with Kashmir. Defense Minister Randall Shu River spoke at the Pakistan Embassy's Defense Day reception, saying the ties between the US and Pakistan's military were "one of the strongest pillars of our relationship. We will see if Chinese are constructive in this field. US authorities asked when China asked if it could play a role in stopping another war on the subcontinent.

Asia-Pacific region for the Pentagon

But President Shriver, who is taking care of the Asia-Pacific region for the Pentagon, noted that the United States and China are competing to exert influence in the region. The United States has included India in the alliance to control China's growing influence in the Asia-Pacific region, which explains Washington's close relationship with New Delhi. Mr. Xu River said, “I think China is involved in competition with the United States in many ways and most of us are working in various ways for us in the Indo-Pacific region. The Chinese said, “We choose to be competitive in the place of the visa.

US Department of Defense Official Can Rebuild Close Relationship with Washington. Our hope is that through dialogue and dialogue we can resolve differences and political differences. We will continue to deliver this message to all parties. ”US defense officials said how Washington plans to ease tensions in South Asia. Shu River asked if India and Pakistan, which had already waged three wars in the war against Kashmir, were in another war on the same issue.

This is hope and expectation that it will be peaceful," he said. Senior leaders of the White House and State Department added that they are leading the US effort to maintain peace in South Asia. "I think they have hope that this problem can be solved between India and Pakistan. We expressed an interest in seeing the humane treatment of the people there," Shu River said in response to the question of Kashmir's occupation of atrocities in India.

A Pentagon official stressed the United States' desire to maintain close ties with Pakistan's military and said, "We want to return to where we have a close partnership with more normal military relations. Shu River told the US that Pakistan can rebuild a close relationship with Pakistani authorities. “I think it's clear about some of the progress we can make to recover from the diplomatic channel. So we are going that way and we will know how things are going.

US and Pakistani officials

US and Pakistani officials at the reception cited the courage and sacrifice of many troops who ultimately sacrificed for defense over the past 70 years, including the war on early terror. This year, the day of defense was observed with the Kashmir Solidarity Day to express support for India's oppressed Kashmiri, which began on August 5. Ambassador Asad Majeed Khan remembered the history of Pakistan and the sacrifices of his troops, fighting throughout our history against external aggression as well as terrorism and extremism.

This was made possible by the sacrifices of the Pakistani army and law enforcement. The whole country is indebted to them. Khan spoke to audiences, including defense officials in dozens of countries, saying that millions of Kasiris were imprisoned in their homes and blocked from around the world for more than a month. While India continued to target civilians across the control line, we acted with great restraint and responsibility.

But there is no doubt that Pakistan and the military are ready to respond and defend their homeland if they violate our sovereignty or territorial integrity. Pakistani Defense Minister Krig Anwar Chaudhry said Pakistan defeated terrorism at an enormous cost, including the loss of more than 82,000 people. In their struggle for self-determination.

The top guest of the reception, Mr. Shriver, noted that Pakistan contributed greatly to the war on terror. He also mentioned that Lim's visit to Washington in July was a good environment and that it is time to use the “good spirit.

US and Afghanistan

The former US defense secretary and the former 9th Ambassador to Afghanistan warned the Trump government not to enter into negotiations with the Taliban. Nine ambassadors to Afghanistan after the Taliban government struck Tuesday in a letter signed by the Washington Think Tank Atlantic Council, warning that unplanned withdrawals could push the United States back to the United States. Total Civil War. Spokesman James Mattis, the first defense secretary of the Trump administration, said in a panel debate Tuesday at a diplomatic council that Washington could return troops back to Afghanistan.

He explained how the United States withdrew from Iraq and returned after ignoring military and intelligence officials' warnings. As expected, the Iraqi insurgency and terrorist attacks have become stronger since the troop withdrawal, and the general had to "turn back. Can't you learn from that situation?" He asked. "We can declare war, but now we think we can turn our backs on this threat and anyway we want to live on an island in an unaffected global community.

General Mattis urged US policy planners to “learn from our past” not to make this mistake. Former US ambassadors to Afghanistan emphasized this point more strongly. "We must not precede a real peace agreement," he said. "The main withdrawal of US troops should be followed." Following the withdrawal of the Soviet Union in 1989, "it could lead to domestic war."

They argued that some reduction in the number of troops that could start negotiations was possible, but that counter-terrorism forces and the US / NATO air force must remain to counter the terrorist threats of IS, Al Qaeda and Taliban. They insisted that the unit withdrawal schedule should not be "on the way for automatic gliding" and should be based on conditions, not dates.

The day after the draft was announced

The former US envoys warned the Trump administration that it was an "approach that could lead to more violence and anxiety," because it planned to leave the US military before it stopped and sealed the Afghan government. A complete peace agreement. The open letter believes that “the security and values ​​of the United States require a withdrawal in order to“ get true peace. US ambassadors warned that withdrawing US support for Kabul would leave American Afghan friends "unable to protect themselves.

They also urged the Trump administration to hold the Afghanistan elections as scheduled as scheduled on September 28, which led the Afghans to “determine the government and sign the letter to former Deputy Secretary of State John Negroponte and the United States. First national intelligence director. Zalmay Khalilzad, Afghan Special Forces, announced earlier this week that it had signed a draft for the withdrawal of the Taliban and US troops after a year of negotiations.

Later he showed the draft agreement to President Ashraf Ghani, although the government participated in the negotiations. The Ambassador warned that "the consequences are far worse than the current state: the return to the total civil war that consumed Afghanistan as fully as the war with Russia. They also warned Washington that negotiations would collapse if the Taliban realized that the Afghan government was too weak to be a problem.
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