The United States said on Friday that it welcomes efforts to increase connectivity with people and people a few days after laying foundation stones for corridors linking two reputable gurudwaras on both sides of the border of neighboring countries. I am aware of reports on this Kartrapur corridor. I understand that this is a free visa application for Indians to visit this important Sikh site. And, of course, the United States will welcome efforts to increase people's relations with India between India and Pakistan, Deputy Spokeswoman Robert Palladino told reporters. Palladino was answering questions on the construction of a much-awaited corridor, which will connect Durbar Sahib in Pakistan's Kartarpur with the last resting place of the founder of Sikh religion Guru Nanak Dev, with the Dera Baba Nanak Temple in Gurdaspur district and the Visa Free Movement of Pilgrims Will facilitate
Nearly 20 years ago, India is expected to complete the proposed Corridor Corridor, Pakistan within six months. Thousands of Sikh devotees of India go to Pakistan every year to celebrate the birth anniversary of Guru Nanak. Responding to another question on President Donald Trump's Tweets on Pakistan's help to stop Pakistan aid at one time, demanding cooperation on Afghanistan, the State Department spokesman stressed the need for Islamabad to build trust in bilateral relations. Palladino said that the Secretary (State) has stressed the need to give Pakistan its results and build confidence and confidence, and our policy towards Pakistan is clear.