The president of USA Donald Trump spoke to Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and Prime Minister of Pakistan Imran Khan on Monday, proposing good and amicable trade relations avoiding tension on the Kashmir issues. While talking he stressed trade, strategic partnerships and, most importantly, peace and friendship.
Trump spoke to Imran Khan hours after having a talk with Narendra Modi. Pakistan is disappointed with India's decision of ending the special status of Jammu and Kashmir by abrogating Article 370.
Whereas Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in a 32-minute telephonic discussion with US President Donald Trump on Monday, discussed three important issues — trade, cross-border terrorism breading from Pakistan.
After they met on the side-lines of the G20 summit in Osaka at the end of June and also since New Delhi abrogated Article 370 this is the first talk between the two leaders. PM Modi also reiterated "extreme incitement against India by certain leaders in the region was just a threat to peace." While the White House said, "The president stressed on regional peace and regional developments reducing all tensions."