President Trump ‘willing to help’ Pakistan, India to solve Kashmir issue

US senators urge Trump to act on occupied Kashmir crisis

WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump has once again offered to help Pakistan and India to solve Kashmir dispute considering the fact that he gets along well with both countries.
Donald Trump spoke to reporters at the White House and said, “I am willing to help them if they want. They know that. That (offer) is out there.”
Talking about the heightened tensions between the neighboring countries ever since India’s unconstitutional and unilateral move to scrap occupied Kashmir’s autonomy, Trump said, “India and Pakistan are having a conflict over Kashmir as you know. I think (it) is a little bit less heated right now than (what) was two weeks ago.”
On the other hand, Donald Trump said that US peace talks with the Taliban are “dead” and that he is ramping the war back up after canceling secret talks with the Afghan insurgents at his weekend retreat.
“They are dead. As far as I am concerned, they are dead,” Trump said at the White House about the long-running attempt to reach an agreement with the Taliban and extricate US troops following 18 years of war.

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