Published On: Fri, Aug 2nd, 2019

If PM Modi wants, then we are ready to mediate on the Kashmir issue: Donald Trump

  • Meanwhile, a senior US State Department official said on Thursday that the US wants to see a better relationship between India and Pakistan and considering this, President Donald Trump offered ‘cooperation’ to resolve the Kashmir issue.

New Delhi: US President Donald Trump has said that after declining India’s mediation on the Kashmir issue, US President Donald Trump has imagined that both countries will be together. On the issue of mediation, he said that everything depends on the Prime Minister Modi. Trump said that he has met Imran Khan. I love to meet them. The US president further said, Modi and Khan are very fabulous people. I imagine that they (India-Pakistan) will join together. Trump said, if they want any kind of help or intervention on the Kashmir issue … I have talked on this issue on Pakistan and actually talked about it to India too. For a long time, the matter has been complicated for a long time. Meanwhile, a senior US State Department official said on Thursday that the US wants to see a better relationship between India and Pakistan and considering this, President Donald Trump offered ‘cooperation’ to resolve the Kashmir issue.On condition of anonymity, the official said this in response to a question. In fact, the officer had been questioned about the comments made by Trump last week on Kashmir issue and asked him about America’s stand on Kashmir.

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Trump offered to be a ‘mediator’ between India and Pakistan on Kashmir issue during a White House meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan. However, India had rejected the offer of Trump directly. India had said that the stand of New Delhi has been a bilateral dialogue with Pakistan on this matter. “On Kashmir issue, as I said, we would like to see improvement in relations between India and Pakistan,” the official said. So you had heard the offer of the President’s cooperation. “

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The official said, “We believe that Kashmir has been a bilateral issue, but there are some occasions because Pakistan has taken steps that increase trust in its own efforts to end terrorism and ultimately lead towards constructive dialogue. If both sides want, we are ready to cooperate. ” They said,”After the painful Peshawar attack, we also support the National Action Plan prepared by all the parties of Pakistan and also the personal commitment of Prime Minister Imran Khan that any intimidating group on Pakistan’s land will not be allowed to operate.” The official said, “Of course, everyone is interested in seeing improvement in Indo-Pak relations and the President’s offer was made keeping in mind this fact.