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India, US call on Pakistan to address concerns on terrorism, cross-border terror

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India and the United States on Tuesday called on Pakistan to meaningfully address the concerns of the international community on terrorism, including cross-border terrorism.
 
The call came during the India-US Foreign Office Consultations between Indian Foreign Secretary Vijay Gokhale and the U.S. Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs David Hale here.
 
The two sides reaffirmed their commitment to the Indo- U.S. Strategic Partnership. In this context, they reviewed progress made since the Ministerial 2+2 meeting and discussed ways to further expand cooperation, a press release from the  Indian Ministry of External Affairs said.
 
"They exchanged views on building convergences in the Indo-Pacific and agreed to work with each other and regional partners to promote inclusivity, stability, peace and prosperity in the region," the release added.
 
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