India and the United States sought "tangible and irreversible action" by Pakistan against terrorist groups and leaders, with the USA national security advisor saying Washington stands shoulder-to-shoulder with New Delhi in its fight against terrorism. The statement was issued after Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale and his US counterpart, Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale, held consultations at the US State Department in Washington, PTI reported.
During the Gokhale-Pompeo talks in Washington on Monday, the USA official "affirmed that the United States stands with the people and government of India in the fight against terrorism", according to his Spokesperson Robert Palladino.
On Monday, Gokhale met US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.
However, the USA support came on a day China for the fourth time blocked a bid to get Jaish chief Masood Azhar designated a global terrorist by the UN Security Council. "There is enough evidence where one could speculate with confidence that the Balakot strike by the Indian Air Force was successful and Pakistan has not been able to prove otherwise since it has not enabled the worldwide media or national media to visit the site", he told ANI.
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