Washington, May 15: The Bush Administration has ruled out any change in the US policy, reaffirming its support to the direct talks between India and Pakistan to resolve their differences.
''There's no change in US policy on this. Certainly, we believe that any differences between India and Pakistan are things that should be resolved through dialogue. And as you know, we've supported dialogue and discussion among the parties in the past, and we'll continue to do so,'' State Department's Deputy Spokesman Tom Casey said in reply to a question yesterday. India and Pakistan have agreed to resume their dialogue and Minister of External Affairs Pranab Mukherjee is slated to visit Islamabad later this month.
This will be the first top-level dialogue between the two nations after a new government came to power in Pakistan.