UN urges Pakistan, India to reduce tensions

United Nations, June18: The United Nations has urged Pakistan and India to take necessary steps to ease tensions between the two nations.

This was stated by UN Associate Spokesman Farhan Haq at a briefing in New York.

He said the United Nations continues to urge the two countries to try to resolve bilateral issues peacefully and amicably.

UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon hopes Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif "will continue to engage with each other" to try to resolve the Kashmir situation "peacefully and amicably".

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Earlier US Secretary of State John Kerry also voiced his concern over heightened tensions between nuclear rivals Pakistan and India.

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