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By Sridhar Krishnaswami
Asked by presspersons about the renewed tensions between the two countries, the spokesman, Ari Fleischer, said tensions had actually been reduced in recent months. "After a considerably long period of time, dating back many years, decades, the tensions between India and Pakistan have been reduced as a result of constant and ongoing diplomacy. They tend to have their seasons where they flare up and they come down again."
"This is going to be a long-term project for this President, for this Government and the President is going to continue at it along with many other nations that have played very helpful roles..", he said.
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