What World has to say on Ind-Pak

China
In a statement in its website China’s foreign ministry said that Chinese top diplomat expressed deep concerns in regard escalating tensions between India and pakistan and urged the two countries to show refrain and seek dialogue while maintaining that China believes that Pakistan has always been against terrorism.
Russia
In a press statement to journalists, the press secretary of Russian president Vladimir Putin said Moscow was closely following the developments between India and Pakistan and expressed concern over the situation, “We are ready to further assist in strengthening the counter-terrorism potential of New Delhi and Islamabad,” read the statement.
US
While US National security advisor(NSA) called Indian NSA Ajith doval second time regarding the tensions between the two neighbours after Pulwama attack and expressed support to India in curbing cross border terrorism. at the end of second summit in a press conference Mr. Donald trump hinted on a positive development between India and Pakistan with US involvement in easing out the tensions between the two nations.
Afghanistan
“The continuation of such conflict will affect the Afghanistan peace process,” Taliban Spokesman Zabiullah Mujahid said in a statement while the leaders are holding peace talks with officials from the United States in Qatar to end the 17-year war in Afghanistan and specially requested India to opt for more diplomatic ways in handling the situation to avoid any sort of escalation.
France
A spokesperson of the French Foreign Ministry said Paris understand the need of India to defend itself against terrorism and also added that Pakistan should too take firm steps to curb any sort of terrorism on its soil. Expressing concern again on the growing tensions France requested the two nations to show refrain.
Australia
Australian foreign minister Marise Payne said in a statement that“Pakistan must do everything possible to implement its own proscription of Jaish-e-Mohammed. It can no longer allow extremist groups the legal and physical space to operate from its territory.” Also advocated both the nations to engage in dialogue to ensure that these issues are resolved peacefully.
European Union
EU chief Federica Mogherini said “the resumption of diplomatic contacts at political level and execution of urgent measures by both sides is absolutely essential and laid stress on the fact that terrorism can never be justified.
Sri Lanka
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the aftermath of Pulwama attacks on wednesday said it has unequivocally condemned this terrorist act and stands firmly in the fight against terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and added that Sri Lanka strongly supports peace and stability in South Asia region.