After Modi-Trump Meet, Pakistan Isolation On Kashmir Is Complete

27 Aug 2019 07:15 AM

After Modi-Trump Meet, Pakistan Isolation On Kashmir Is Complete

Updated 27 Aug 2019 07:15 AM

With US President Donald Trump backing off from his offer to mediate, which Islamabad had been eagerly clinging on to, and with the other global leaders too unwilling to back it, including those from the Muslim world, Pakistan's isolation on the international arena on Kashmir appears complete. As Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday firmly conveyed to President Donald Trump that it does not welcome a third party mediation on Kashmir, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan turned belligerent.

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