Will meet Modi and Khan soon: President Trump

WASHINGTON: United State President Donald Trump has confirmed that he would meet both prime ministers of India and Pakistan later this month.
Talking to reporters, Donald Trump said that a lot of progress has been made in defusing tensions between South Asia’s two nuclear-armed neighbours.
According to a report Trump made these remarks on Monday afternoon while responding to a question about a joint rally Narendra Modi and Donald Trump are scheduled to address in Houston, Texas, on 22nd September.
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Trump’s announcement that he would meet both Indian and Pakistani leaders in the next few days confirms media speculation about both premiers meeting during the UN General Assembly (UNGA) in New York next week.
Both Pakistani and Indian prime ministers are scheduled to address the UN General Assembly on September 27.
President Trump’s UNGA schedule indicates that he could meet Prime Minister Imran Khan on the sidelines of the general assembly while he is already scheduled to meet Modi in Houston.
The other part of Trump’s statement of ‘a lot of progress is being made’ indicates that the United States has stayed engaged with the two neighbours.
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