Pakistan PM Imran Khan examines Kashmir,Afghan issues with US President Donald Trump

Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday held a phone discussion with US President Donald Trump and talked about with him respective and provincial issues, including the Afghan harmony process and the Kashmir issue, his office stated, reports The Statesman.

Khan passed on that the arrival of two Western prisoners in Afghanistan was a positive advancement, the Prime Minister Office said in an announcement.

“President Trump expressed gratitude toward the PM for Pakistan’s endeavors in encouraging this positive result,” as indicated by the announcement.

The PM re-avowed Pakistan’s pledge to the progression of the Afghan harmony and compromise process for a tranquil and stable Afghanistan.

The two chiefs consented to keep on cooperating for the advancement of this mutual target.

The Afghan Taliban discharged two Western prisoners in southern Afghanistan on Tuesday, giving them over to US powers over three years after they were stole in Kabul.

Imran Khan likewise held converses with Donald Trump on Kashmir.

Strain among India and Pakistan heightened after New Delhi repudiated Jammu and Kashmir’s exceptional status on August 5. Pakistan has been attempting to internationalize the Kashmir issue yet India has declared that the expulsion of exceptional status of Kashmir under Article 370 was its “interior issue.”

Acknowledging President Trump’s proceeded with commitment just as intercession offer, Prime Minister Khan focused on that the US president must proceed with his endeavors for help of a quiet arrangement of the Kashmir issue, the announcement said.

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