Secretary of State John Kerry said he expressed his concerns to Pakistan's prime minister on Tuesday about the recent increase in public tensions between his country and nuclear- armed rival India. "These are two very, very important countries, playing a critical role with respect to regional interests." Kerry said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was "extremely forthcoming" and said he had just spoken with his Indian counterpart. The Indian army, which killed 59 militants near the line separating Indian- and Pakistani-controlled Kashmir last year, says it has seen a rise in infiltration attempts in recent weeks.
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