The US asked China to join the international community in dealing with terrorist operations on Pakistan soil.
The United States asked China to join the international community in dealing with terrorist operations on Pakistan soil.
“China has a responsibility not to shield Pakistan and should join the international community in calling on Islamabad to take action against terrorism on its soil,” a senior Trump administration official said.
It also expressed deep disappointment over China’s decision to block a bid in the United Nations to designate Jaish-e-Mohammed (JeM) Chief Masood Azhar as a global terrorist.
It further said, the China and United States share a mutual interest in achieving regional stability and Peace and any failure on the Security Council as part to designate Azhar as a terrorist would run counter to this goal.
In February 2019, the JeM group took responsibility for a suicide bombing attack on a security convoy in the Pulwama district that killed over 40 security personnel, named as one of the largest attacks in recent years.