Trump reiterates mediation offer between Pakistan & India


Islamabad: Prime Minister Imran Khan is on his official visit to the US in order to attend the 74th session of the United Nations General Assembly in New York.

PM Imran Khan’s meeting with the US President Donald Trump on Monday explored brighter ways for encouraging the relationship between the two countries.

During the joint question and answer session, the US President Trump once again puts his mediation offer in front of PM Imran Khan.

He said that he is ready to mediate between Pakistan and India over the Kashmir issue which has been going on for the last two months.

“If I can help, I will certainly do that. If both (Pakistan and India) want, I am ready, willing and able to do it,” he said.

Moreover, he further complains that he rather deserves a Nobel Peace Prize for all the efforts he is putting on the world stage.

“I think I’m going to get a Nobel Prize for a lot of things — if they gave it out fairly, which they don’t,” he asserted.

On the other hand, PM Imran Khan, while stating the current situation of Pakistan and India said that this is “the beginning of a crisis”.

While addressing the media he said that,

“I honestly feel that this crisis could become much bigger. We look to the US to put out flames in the world.”

He went on saying that “Trump heads the most powerful country in the world. And the most powerful country in the world has a responsibility.”

Trump also expressed his concerns over the currents issues between Pakistan and India hoping that soon Pakistan and India will be able to resolve all their matters.

“Many countries wanted to meet with me and we were unable to meet with them. I will tell you this: You have a great leader. He’s a good man, a nice man. Happens to be a great athlete.”

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