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Support for the right to self-defense of India against cross-border terrorism: US

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After the martyrdom of 40 CRPF soldiers in the Pulwama terror attack, the options for counteraction are now being considered in India. Meanwhile, the US has clearly said that it supports the right to self-defense of India. This means that the US will support every action of India against cross-border terrorism.

US National Security Advisor John Bolton called his Indian counterpart Ajit Doval and expressed his displeasure and condolences on the attack. Let you know that Jaish-e-Mohammed, a terrorist organization run by Pakistan, has taken responsibility for the Pulwama attack.

The American NSA explicitly endorsed India’s right to self-defense against cross-border terrorism. He offered to help India in every way to punish the attack convicts and supporters. NSA Doval has praised American support.

Doval and Bolton made a commitment that they would work together to make sure that Pak destroys the safe places of terrorists present on their own, who attack in India, America and other countries in the region. India and the United States also talked about the United Nations accelerating efforts to declare Masood Azhar as a global terrorist.

Bolton called Doval on Friday morning. He said, “I told Ajit Doval today that we support the right to self-defense of India. I talked to him twice this morning and expressed his condolences on behalf of the US on the terrorist attack. “Bolton said about terrorists,” We are very clear on this and will continue to talk to Pakistan. ”

Earlier, White House and Foreign Minister Mike Pompey asked Pakistan to stop supporting terrorists’ hideouts within the country. Pompeo said on Twitter, “We are standing with India in the fight against terrorism. Pakistan should not provide shelter to terrorists who are in danger of international security. ‘

In a message to Pakistan, the White House asked all terrorist groups from Pakistan to stop their support immediately and not provide shelter for them.