WASHINGTON: Fresh from his trip to India, Congressman Ami Bera hoped that the United States would help stabilize the relationship between India and Pakistan.
Talking to the media on his just concluded India trip, the Indian-American Congressman from California hoped that in addition to discussing the India-Pak ties, Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh and the US President Barack Obama in a meeting in Washington later this month would also discuss the Afghan situation post 2014.
Bera hoped that Obama and Singh would address how the US could help bring stability to the India-Pakistan relationship. India, he said, is the anchor of political stability in South Asia and the broader region. As such it remains a primary strategic partner and geopolitical ally of Washington.