Washington: Assistant Secretary of the US Department of State, Donald Lowe, clarified that there has been no change in the US policy regarding Kashmir, and the solution of the Kashmir issue is possible only through direct negotiations between India and Pakistan.
Speaking to the British Broadcasting Corporation, Donald Lowe said that the Indian government should restore local elections and political rights in Kashmir, ensure that the media can continue its work in Kashmir, all this is necessary for peace, there is hope. This peace can be ensured in Kashmir in the coming years. Donald Lowe says that the US has discussed human rights violations in India at a high level.
On the question regarding the sale of F-16 warplanes to Pakistan, Donald Lowe said that he wants to clarify that this project of F-16 planes is not a military aid, but a sale of military equipment. If it sells, it also provides its technical support.
Donald Lowe did not answer a question about former Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan and made it clear that he will not take any questions about the former Prime Minister of Pakistan.