US president arrives in Kashmir to mediate issue, Telephone contact between Imran Khan and Trump

US President Donald Trump says he has talked to Narendra Modi and Imran Khan over Kashmir issue

US President Donald Trump says he has talked to Narendra Modi and Imran Khan over Kashmir issue

Washington, Islamabad … News Time

US President Donald Trump has said that he has talked to Narendra Modi and Imran Khan on Kashmir issue. In a message posted on social networking website Twitter, the US President said that Pakistan and India have requested to reduce tensions on Kashmir and talks have been positive in this regard.

Donald J. Trump


Spoke to my two good friends, Prime Minister Modi of India, and Prime Minister Khan of Pakistan, regarding Trade, Strategic Partnerships and, most importantly, for India and Pakistan to work towards reducing tensions in Kashmir. A tough situation, but good conversations!


04:43 – 20 Aug 2019

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He said the two leaders had also discussed trade and strategic issues. President Trump said that although the situation between the two countries was very bad, their talks were good. Remember that US President Donald Trump offered to mediate on Kashmir during Prime Minister Imran Khan’s visit to the United States. He had disclosed that during a meeting with the Indian Prime Minister, he asked him to play a role for mediation on Kashmir issue. Trump said that the problem has been around for a long time and I was also surprised to find that daily bombs were dropped in this beautiful area.

On the other hand, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has telephonic contact with US President Donald Trump, the Prime Minister briefed President Trump on the situation in occupied Kashmir and asked him to speak to Modi. He said that the US President also spoke to the Indian Prime Minister today, in which the US President raised concerns over tensions in the region. And asked to reduce stress. US President Donald Trump called for regional peace to be a case in point. Shah Mahmood Qureshi said that in a telephonic connection with US President Donald Trump, Prime Minister Imran Khan also talked about removing the curfew in occupied Kashmir.

Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said at a press conference in Islamabad Imran Khan also spoke to Donald Trump on August 16 and told him it was a unilateral decision by India. The Prime Minister briefed the US President in detail about Pakistan’s position. PM apprises Donald Trump of situation arising out of Modi government action he said that the situation on August 5 has created a serious situation in the region which Pakistan wants to alleviate. Modi’s move is to turn the majority into a minority.

Shah Mehmood Qureshi said that there is a complete blackout in occupied Kashmir and the facts of the occupied Jammu and Kashmir are hidden from the eyes of the world. The backdrop of the Modi government’s move was to change the status of the disputed area. He said that the Prime Minister rejected Indian measures and said that Indian actions are against UN resolutions and international laws, The US president called for regional peace to be a case in point. Foreign Minister said we hope the US President will play his role in resolving Kashmir dispute, the Prime Minister represented the sentiments of Kashmiris and presented the case of Kashmiris to the US President.


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