Talks between Trump, Imran to be held on Kashmir
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and US President Donald Trump are likely to meet in New York on September 23 in the US to discuss the Kashmir issue.
Washington, September 20 (HAMS) Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan and US President Donald Trump are likely to meet in New York on September 23 in the United States, who may once again discuss the Kashmir issue. Pakistan’s Dawn newspaper has reported quoting diplomatic sources as saying that Mr Khan would be coming to the United States to attend the 74th session of the UN General Assembly and that, in the meantime, he could meet with Mr Trump.
Mr Trump will address a joint rally of about 50,000 Indian-Americans with Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Houston on September 22, before meeting with the Pakistani Prime Minister. Before or after the rally, there is also the possibility of a separate meeting between Mr Trump and Mr Modi. Mr Khan is expected to arrive in New York on Sunday evening and most of the world’s leaders will arrive in the American city on Monday for the UN General Assembly meeting.
The 74th session of the UN General Assembly will run until September 29. Mr Khan and Modi are scheduled to address the UN General Assembly session on September 27. The Indian Prime Minister will address the General Assembly on Friday morning, while the Prime Minister will address the General Assembly later in the afternoon. Mr Khan has already announced that he will take up the Kashmir issue in his address and decide on India’s August 5 decision on Kashmir and highlight the moral and legal flaws.