Trump Offers Mediation As US Wants Improved Indo-Pak Relations

02 Aug 2019 10:07 AM

Trump Offers Mediation As US Wants Improved Indo-Pak Relations

Updated 02 Aug 2019 10:07 AM

 US President Donald Trump on Thursday said it was up to India and Pakistan to resolve the Kashmir dispute but he was ready to assist if the two South Asian neighbours wanted him to help in resolving the decades-old issue. Trump was referring to his last week's meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan, wherein he offered to help resolve the Kashmir issue.

India has rejected the offer, while Pakistan has welcomed his statement. "It's really up to Prime Minister (Narendra) Modi (to accept the offer of mediation)," Trump told reporters responding to a question on India not accepting his offer of mediation on Kashmir.
 

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