A revealed that no such request is made to President Trump to be a mediator to solve India and Pakistan issues regarding Kashmir.
Let’s Find Out What Exactly Happened
What Did President Trump Said?
“I was with Prime Minister Modi two weeks ago, and we talked about this subject, and he said ‘Would you like to be a mediator or arbitrator,’ I said ‘Where,’ He said ‘Kashmir.’ Because this has been going on for many, many years,” Mr. Trump said at the White House, where he was hosting Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran Khan.”
“If I can help, I would love to be a mediator. If I can do anything to help, let me know,” he added”
“I think they (Indians) would like to see it resolved. I think you (Khan) would like to see it resolved. And if I can help, I would love to be a mediator. It should be….we have two incredible countries that are very, very smart with brilliant leadership, (and they) can’t solve a problem like that. But if you would want me to mediate or arbitrate, I would be willing to do that.”
“We have a perfect relationship with India. I know that your relationship (with India) is strained a little bit, maybe a lot. But we will be talking about India (it’s) a big part of our conversation today, and I think maybe we can help intercede and do whatever we have to do. It’s something that can be brought back together. We will be talking about India and Afghanistan both” – President Trump Revealed This From White House
What Did Men Revealed And Clarified
India and Pakistan issues are to be treated by us only. And we are firmly against terrorism, and we will be going to talk and find out solutions if they are ready to fight against terrorism. But the conversation happens bilaterally. And we want a direct conversation platform. So, therefore, PM Modi hasn’t requested president Trump to mediate. MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar revealed the statement.