United States President Donald Trump has said that his offer to mediate in the Kashmir dispute between India and Pakistan is still in place if both the countries agreed to it. Calling himself an “extremely good arbitrator”, Trump has said that if he can help, he will certainly do that.
Trump has made the remark in a press meeting with Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly session in New York City.
The president made such an offer for the first time during a meeting with Khan at the White House in July.
Trump said that it would always stand. If he can help, he would certainly do that. And it will be dependent on both of the gentlemen [Khan and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi].
He also said that the previous presidents had treated Pakistan badly but he trusts the country and Imran Khan.
Imran Khan told Trump that Kashmir was facing a ‘huge humanitarian crisis’ and around eight million people were under siege by 9 lakh troops for 50 days. He also said the United States was the most powerful country in the world and had a responsibility to use its influence on the United Nations Security Council.
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