– The US president says he will raise the Kashmir issue with Indian Prime Minister Modi in France over the weekend.
– The Department supports Pakistan’s decision to approach ICJ against India regarding Kashmir.
WASHINGTON: US President Donald Trump once again raised international concern over violent incidents between Pakistan and India in the disputed region, proposing to mediate the “explosive” situation in Kashmir.
Talking to reporters at the Oval Office a day after a telephonic conversation with the Prime Ministers of the two countries, Trump said he was happy to calm and help the Kashmir situation where tensions have escalated since India has in part supported sovereignty. Rejected Takeover of it on August 5th.
His remarks came when Pakistan said that three of its citizens, known as the Line of Control (LoC), were killed in Indian firing across the de facto border in Kashmir.
Trump – who has previously agreed to mediate – said he would exacerbate the situation with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi over the weekend. It is expected that the group will be in France at the summit of the group of seven French countries.
He said that Kashmir is a very complex place. You have Hindus and you are Muslims and I wouldn’t say that they will go that far, “Trump told reporters in the White House.
“You have millions of people who want to rule both sides and maybe both sides. And you have two countries that can’t get better in the long run. And obviously, this is a very explosive situation.
“I talked to Prime Minister Imran Khan. I also talked to Prime Minister Modi yesterday. They are both my friends. They are great people. They are great people. And they love their countries. And they are in a very difficult situation.
He said that Kashmir is a very difficult situation. “And, you know, we’ve been talking about it – it’s been going on for decades and decades. Shooting doesn’t mean shooting at me like a rifle, I mean like a big shot at Howitzer, – You know, heavy weapons and it’s been going on for a long time.
“But I’m good with both of them. As you know, Prime Minister Khan was here recently. And I was – I’ll be with Prime Minister Modi. I’ll be in France later this week. I’ll be with you.
He once again reiterated his support, saying, “I think we are helping in this situation. But as you know, there is a great deal of tension between the two countries. I will try my best to think or do everything possible. They have a great relationship, but they are not friends at this time – a complicated situation.
At least 4,000 people have been detained in Indian-occupied Kashmir (IOK) since early August when authorities banned communications in the region and restricted freedom of movement.
A senior US official, who has just returned from a tour of the region, called on India on Tuesday to immediately release the detainees and restore basic freedoms.
A State Department official told reporters,
“We emphasize respect for individual rights, compliance with legal procedures and a comprehensive dialogue,” the official said on condition of anonymity.
Since independence in 1947, both Pakistan and India have occupied parts of the former state of Kashmir. The Muslim-majority region’s conflict has been sparked by two major wars and numerous conflicts between them. Earlier this year, the two countries once again came close to all the controversy following the IOK militant attack in Paloma District.
On Tuesday, Trump spoke separately with the prime ministers of Pakistan and India to calm tensions between nuclear-armed neighbors on the disputed valley. He said on Twitter that he talked to his “good friends” Modi and Khan about the two countries working to ease tensions in Kashmir. A difficult situation, but good conversation! ”
Comparing Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s “Hindu supremacy” with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Nazi shops threatened India’s large Muslim minority, and not regional security. In a tweet, the Prime Minister wrote on August 18, “The security and security of India’s nuclear elephant parties under the control of a fascist, racist Hindu Maha Modi government must also be taken seriously.”
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said he had said India had been offered a “one-sided” offer in India.
In a statement on Modi’s talk, the Indian Prime Minister’s Office did not clearly identify the Kashmir issue, simply because “in the context of regional events,” the Prime Minister said. In some areas, expressions and provocations were not conducive to peace.
During a meeting with the Prime Minister at the Oval Office on July 23, there was a proposal for mediation between Pakistan and India in Kashmir and he mentioned that, Prime Minister Modi also spoke. ۔ But Indian foreign arbitrators, too, claim about credit and study-prohibited tests, saying it was not Modi’s due to rigor.
Last week, the UN Security Council (UNSC) talked about the half-century of Kashmir, the first regular meeting, saying “citizen participation is unacceptable.” “” “How to live life” “.
On Tuesday, Prime Minister Boris Johnson told Modi over the phone that Kashmir should be settled only between India and Pakistan.
Johnson’s point is that the UK and Kashmir and India and Pakistan should be unilaterally resolved in two ways. It emphasizes the importance of solving communication problems, “a Street Office spokesman said with his help.
But as an assessment and sign of the situation in the cities, Ahad parties in France said that when they meet before President Chowk in Paris, President Emmanuel Macron will bring Kashmir with Modi.