Washington, Jul 28: The Obama administration has said that, "it is important for Pakistan and India to have a stable relationship. They, likewise, will have to have a relationship going forward, and if it is stable, then the world, including the US, benefits."
US state department spokesperson, PJ Crowley, told reporters, that a stable Indo-Pak relationship would benefit the world and the US in particular and reiterated that Islamabad should address New Delhi's concern with regard to 26/11.
"So we are very, very conscious of the complexity that involves these overlapping relationships, and we've worked hard in our dialogue with each country to try to make this a more regional approach to a common challenge," he said
"We have important national and global interests with each of these countries. Our support for Afghanistan is not taken from Pakistan. Our support for Pakistan does not mean a negative for India," he said.
Crowley argued that a stable Pakistan is not a threat to India and a stable India does not need to be a threat to Pakistan.