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Trump also considered Kashmir issue bilateral

US President Donald Trump has called the Kashmir issue a bilateral issue of India and Pakistan. He has also refused to mediate on this issue. This information was given by India's Ambassador to America Harshvardhan Shringla on Tuesday.

Shringla said that America wants to follow its old policy. He wants India and Pakistan to try to solve this issue together. He said that Trump has already made it clear that if India and Pakistan want to mediate, they can mediate, but India's position is clear that Kashmir is a bilateral issue, on which only both countries can decide .

It is notable that during the recent visit of Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan to the US, Trump had offered to mediate on the Kashmir issue. India's stance on Kashmir has always been clear. This is an internal issue on which the interference of a third country will not be accepted.

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