The US State Department praised Thursday's "unequivocal and important" statement by Prime Minister Imran Khan, in which he warned citizens not to join the fight in occupied Kashmir.
Prime Minister Imran said Wednesday that anyone who wants to go and fight in occupied Kashmir would do a great deal of injustice to the cashmere by undermining their legitimate cause.
"Such an act would be an act of animosity towards cashmere," he had said when speaking to the media.
The interim undersecretary for South and Central Asia, Alice G. Wells, although she thanked the Prime Minister's comments, said: "Pakistan's sustained commitment to counter all terrorist groups is critical to [regional] stability."
Wells' statement comes before the speech of the prime ministers of Pakistan and India at the UN General Assembly on September 27.
Prime Minister Khan has already announced that he will highlight Kashmir's problem in his speech, exposing the ethical and legal bankruptcy of India's decision of August 5 to annex the occupied valley.
Indian diplomats in New York and Washington informed Indian journalists that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not talk about the August 5 action or its consequences. Instead, he would repeat New Delhi's claim that Pakistan can send militants to the valley to take advantage of the volatile situation.
Prime Minister Khan has already made it clear that Pakistan not only opposes all these activities, but has also increased its vigilance to prevent militants from taking advantage of the situation. Islamabad fears that India may use infiltrates to carry out violent attacks within Kashmir and blame Pakistan.
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Prime Minister Imran, in response to a question on Wednesday, said that India, while stationing 900,000 soldiers in Kashmir, had always blamed Pakistan for instability in the occupied region.
"Anyone who comes from here will give them the pretext to blame Pakistan for cross-border terrorism and terrorist infiltration," he said, adding that India previously accused Pakistan of cross-border terrorism.
"The attention of the whole world turned to us, Pakistan. Now India is stagnant.
"And the pressure increases day by day.
"Now this is what I am going to say: anyone who makes that attempt [to cross over into Kashmir to fight] it would be an enemy of Pakistan, as well as an enemy of Kashmir, "he said.