The President of the United States of America Donald Trump said that the conflict between the two neighboring countries Pakistan and India over Kashmir is less heated now in contrast to two weeks ago. He is ready to offer his help again to resolve the issue between the two countries.
During his presser in White House Donald Trump in response to a question, he said,
“India and Pakistan are having a conflict over Kashmir as you know. I think it’s a little bit less heated right now than it was two weeks ago and I’m willing to help them.”
He further added,
“I get along with both countries very well. I’m willing to help them if they want, they know that is out there.”
After the annexation of Article 370, President Trump talked with both the PM Imran Khan and Indian PM Narendra Modi to decrease the tensions between the two countries on Kashmir issue.
Following India’s decision to strip Kashmir off its special status through a rushed Presidential order, the tension between two Nuclear power countries has been high.
A curfew was imposed after the decision which has been in place for over a month.
In response to this brutal decision, Pakistan has downgraded the diplomatic ties with India and suspended all bilateral trade.
The Indian ambassador was asked to leave the country and train and bus services are suspended as well.
Moreover, Pakistan has refused a request by India to allow its President to use its airspace for a flight to Iceland.