President of the US Donald Trump has confirmed his conferences with Prime Minister Imran Khan and Indian premier Narendra Modi in upcoming days.
As per media experiences, Trump made these remarks on Monday afternoon whereas responding to a query by a reporter on the White Home.
President Trump was quoted as saying: “I’ll see Prime Minister Modi and I’ll — we’ll — be assembly with (prime ministers of) India and Pakistan and I feel plenty of progress has been made there…lot of progress.”
Trump’s remarks have made it very doubtless that he will likely be assembly PM Khan on the sidelines of the United Nations Common Meeting (UNGA) session in New York subsequent week.
Each Pakistani and Indian prime ministers are scheduled to handle the UNGA on September 27.
Earlier on Sep 10, Trump had mentioned the connection between Pakistan and India is ‘much less heated’ now whereas, as soon as once more, providing to mediate between the 2 nations.
Trump had mentioned, “India and Pakistan are having a battle over Kashmir as you understand. I feel [it] is somewhat bit much less heated proper now than [what] it was two weeks in the past.”
“I get together with each nations very properly,” Trump mentioned, including “I’m keen to assist them if they need. They know that. That [offer] is on the market.”