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Modi Big setback: Trump said Ready to do what I can on Kashmir

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US President Donald Trump has said that he has discussed the Kashmir issue with the leaders of Pakistan and India and ready to meditate on the issue. Modi Big setback: Trump said Ready to do what I can on Kashmir


Modi Big setback: Trump said Ready to do what I can on Kashmir

The US President had a telephonic conversation with the prime ministers of the two countries on August 21 last month. Speaking on the occasion, Trump said that relations between the two countries have been bad for a long time and this is a "dangerous situation."

The US President also said that the Prime Ministers of Pakistan and India are currently facing a serious problem.
“Both Prime Ministers are my friends, and both are very human beings, they both love their country but they suffer from a difficult situation, Kashmir is a serious issue that has been going on for a very long time.
Trump had earlier held talks with India and Pakistan's prime ministers on August 20 to ease the recent tensions in the region over India-administered Kashmir issue.
In a tweet in his tweet, President Trump said, "(I) trade with my two good friends, Prime Minister of India Modi and Prime Minister of Pakistan, strategic partnerships and most importantly for the two countries, the Kashmir issue. Has talked about working to reduce stress. '
Speaking to reporters outside the UN General Assembly, he said he was ready to do whatever he could on the Kashmir issue.
He further said that Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi are 'my friends and both should work together to solve their problems.'
He said the Kashmir issue has been going on for a long time but he is hopeful that there will be a better solution.
Trump stressed that since Pakistan and India are nuclear powers, the two have to work together
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On the other hand, the Prime Minister of Pakistan, Imran Khan has said that the UN should intervene in the Kashmir issue.
On Wednesday, the Prime Minister of Pakistan met with editorial boards of US newspapers, the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal, and lamented that the international community was expressing indifference to the situation in Kashmir.
Talking to the New York Times, he said there was a risk of bloodshed in Indian-administered Kashmir and the international community could no longer remain silent. He said that in his address to the UN General Assembly, he would demand that the Indian-administered Kashmir intervene.
He said: 'If the UN does not speak in this matter, who will speak?'
He said that India was acting irresponsibly which would harm its own interests.
According to him, some countries may not want to talk too much on this issue because of their interests with India.
However, he said that the UN would have to intervene to ease the tensions between Pakistan and India as both countries are nuclear powers.

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