United States has urged Pakistan and India to hold dialogue for improving cooperation against a common threat of extremism and terrorism. During a daily press briefing in Washington, US state department spokesman John Kirby said the U.S. Government will continue to have conversations with both countries about the extremist threat that resides inside of their own borders. He said Pakistani leaders know all too well the threats of extremism and terrorism inside their own borders because they’ve lost too many soldiers and citizens. John Kirby said travel warnings are routine update and not indicative of bilateral relations with any country.

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