Donald Trump Says USA Helping India and Pakistan Strike a Deal to End Conflict

HANOI/WASHINGTON: President Donald Trump Thursday voiced certainty that the threats among India and Pakistan would end soon, saying he has some “reasonably decent” news with the US associated with endeavoring to help decrease strains between the two atomic furnished neighbors.

In his opening articulation at a question and answer session toward the finish of his second summit with North Korean pioneer Kim Jong-un in the Vietnamese capital, Trump said the US has some “reasonably attractive news” from Pakistan and India.

“We have been involved in trying to help them (India and Pakistan) stop and we have some reasonably decent news,,” he told the journalists.

“I think hopefully that (tensions) could be coming to an end, it has been going on for a long time,” Trump said in his first remarks since India and Pakistan both professed to have shot down one another’s military aircraft on Wednesday, with Pakistan catching one Indian pilot.

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