Washington, Apr 26(ANI): The US "wants to hear the Pakistani Government's presentation of where it thinks the bilateral relationship needs to go," before it conveys its reaction to the parliamentary review, State Department spokesperson Victoria Nuland has said.
Nuland said that once the Pakistan Government puts forward its expectations, the US "will present our views and work through the issues, as partners do."
On being asked about Pakistan's recent missile test, she said they urged all nuclear-capable states to exercise restraint regarding nuclear and missile capabilities.
"The Pakistanis have said it wasn't a direct response to the Indian test. But what's most important is that they do seem to have taken steps to inform the Indians, and we, as you know, are quite intent on those two countries continuing to work together and improve their dialogue," The Express Tribune quoted Nuland, as saying.
Referring to US Special Representative for Afghanistan, Marc Grossman's visit to Pakistan, Nuland said:
"I think he's open to working through the results of the parliamentary review with the Pakistani government. I don't want to prejudge or pre-empt how those conversations will go or what agenda the Pakistani side will bring. But as we said, we had been waiting for that review to be concluded before we could fully re-engage. So this is our opportunity to do that." (ANI)
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