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US must ensure tensions between India and Pakistan dont go out of control: Former American diplomat Albright

WASHINGTON: The US needs to figure out some solution to ensure that there is not any nuclear war of words between Pakistan and India, a former top American diplomat mentioned.
Tensions have escalated between India and Pakistan after the February 14 Pulwama assault claimed by Pakistan-based terror staff Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM). Forty CRPF squaddies have been killed within the assault.

India carried out air moves towards the most important coaching camp of JeM in Balakot on February 26. Pakistan additionally tried to target Indian army set up the following day.

Madeleine Albright, who was the US secretary of state 1997 to 2001 in the second time period of the Clinton administration, mentioned, "I do suppose that we do wish to work out some solution to ensure that we shouldn't have a nuclear war of words.

"I think the US must get entangled in this, and I think that it's — it might be a good suggestion, if truth be told, to have some kind of an ambassador trying to maintain this. We cannot permit this to get out of control,” Albright mentioned responding to a query from Congressman Brad Sherman all the way through a hearing on “Trump Administration Foreign Policy Assessment” on Wednesday.

Albright mentioned the war of words between India and Pakistan is a take a look at case to peer whether or not Trump administration is supplied to manage a significant international crisis.

"With a perilous war of words underway between two nuclear armed states in India and Pakistan, we may quickly get to peer whether or not this administration is supplied to manage a significant international crisis,” she mentioned.

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