Kashmir is lengthy pending unresolved challenge: Trump

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PARIS: United States President Donald trump on Monday mentioned that occupied Kashmir was a bilateral challenge which wanted a peaceable decision, ARY Information reported.

This he mentioned throughout a gathering with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Paris on the sideline of G7 summit.

Whereas speaking to journalists following the assembly, Trump mentioned that he mentioned Kashmir challenge with the Indian prime minister and hoped that Islamabad and New Delhi would resolve the difficulty peacefully.

He mentioned that Pakistan and India may deal with their dispute over occupied Kashmir on their very own, however he was there ought to they want him.

“We spoke final evening about Kashmir, the prime minister actually feels he has it below management. They communicate with Pakistan and I’m certain that they are going to be capable of do one thing that might be superb,” Trump added.

Learn Extra:Trump reiterates provide to meditate on Kashmir dispute 

Earlier on August 2, the USA President Donald Trump had achieve supplied to play a job of mediator between Pakistan and India on the Kashmir dispute.

Answering a reporter’s query about his earlier feedback associated to mediating on Kashmir challenge, Trump had mentioned: “In the event that they needed any person to intervene or to assist them — and I spoke with Pakistan about that, and I spoke, frankly, to India about it.  However that’s been happening, that battle, for a very long time.”




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