Pakistan, India conflict over Kashmir less heated now, says Trump while reiterating offer to help – World

The president of the United States, Donald Trump, said on Monday that the conflict between India and Pakistan over Kashmir was "a little less heated" now compared to two weeks ago, as he once again offered to help neighboring countries.

While talking to the media before leaving the White House in Washington DC, in response to a question, President Trump said: "India and Pakistan are having a conflict over Kashmir, as you know. I think it is a little less heated now that it was two weeks ago and I'm willing to help them. "

"I get along very well with both countries. I am willing to help them if they want, they know that is out there."

Following India's decision to strip the cashmere of their seven-year special autonomy through a hasty presidential order, tensions between Pakistan and India have been high. A blackout of communications and strong restrictions on movement imposed by the Indian authorities since the eve of this development have been in force for more than a month.

Pakistan degraded diplomatic relations with New Delhi and suspended all bilateral trade. The Indian ambassador was asked to leave and the train and bus services with India were also suspended. In addition, Pakistan decided to reject a request from India to allow its president to use Pakistani airspace for a flight to Iceland.

After Article 370 was revoked, Trump spoke with Prime Minister Imran Khan and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, urging a reduction of tension between the two countries on the issue of Kashmir.

On August 26, discussing the issue on the sidelines of the G7 summit in France with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Trump had said that India and Pakistan could handle their dispute over Kashmir occupied on their own, but he was there if he They needed

The US leader offered for the first time to mediate between India and Pakistan over Kashmir at a White House press conference with Prime Minister Imran on July 22. The prime minister immediately accepted the offer, saying that more than one billion people would pray for the American leader if he helped solve the problem.

India, however, had rejected the offer, saying it did not want outside assistance for talks with Pakistan on Kashmir or any other issue.



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