PM Highlights “The Concern Over Terrorism” To Trump

Due to Pakistan’s ongoing attempts to lure the international forum on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday takes up a decision to call the President of the United Nations Donald Trump. The call lasted for 30 minutes in which the Prime Minister stated that “extreme rhetoric and incitement to anti-India violence by certain leaders in the region was not conducive to peace.”

He took to twitter by addressing the subjects that they have discussed over telephonic conversation also mentioning that the conversation covered bilateral and regional matters. In the end, he expresses the warmth and the cordial nature that two of the shares. He has also highlighted his concerns over terrorism and terror groups that exist globally or in the cross-borders. He remarked the importance of creating an environment free from terror and violence.

Donald Trump after the conversation with Modi Tweets- “Spoke to my two good friends, Prime Minister Modi of India, and Prime Minister Khan of Pakistan, regarding Trade, Strategic Partnership and, most important, for India and Pakistan to work towards reducing tensions in Kashmir. A tough situation but a good conversation.”

“The President conveyed the importance of reducing tensions between India and Pakistan and maintaining peace in the region,”- a statement from the White House reads.

On the other hand, Pakistan’s Prime Minister Imran khan pulls out a series of derogatory tweets on India by calling the nation a “fascist” and “racist”.

The US has been continuously showing support to India and hasn’t talked about mediation after July 22. India has also received support from the UN Security Council to push back a Chinese attempt to put India on the matter of J&K.

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Written by Sanghamitra Gogoi

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