US Secretary of State Colin Powell said on Tuesday that he would travel to India and Pakistan this month.
"We are anxious to get through this [Indo-Pak] crisis and see a dialogue begin between the two sides so that they can start to move forward to find a solution to the problem in Kashmir ultimately," he told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Powell will visit Islamabad and then New Delhi en route to a gathering of Asian nations in Brunei that runs from July 31 to August 2, a senior state department official told Reuters.
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