A senior member of the Democratic Congress on Tuesday apologized to US-Indian envoy for President Donald Trump’s “embarrassing” statements about Kashmir, while in many other cases, New Delhi’s stance against the role of any third party Appeared to support
Hours after Trump’s stunning claim, Prime Minister Narendra Moody demanded mediation or arbitration efforts to resolve the Kashmir issue, saying, “I apologize to Indian Ambassador Harsh Sherringla for a big and shameful mistake from Trump.”
India quickly rejected his claims.
In the last 70 years, India has consistently opposed a third party’s mediation proposal. For more than a decade, the United States has again confirmed that Kashmir is a bilateral issue.
Anyone who knows anything about foreign policy in South Asia knows that # India is constantly opposing third party mediation in Kashmir.
Everyone knows that PM Modi will not give such a suggestion, “Sherman tweeted, who has been closely following the developments of South Asia in the past few decades.
“Trump is a fictional amateur,” Sherman, who presides over the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Asia and Pacific and non-proliferation, said it was embarrassing.
Later in the evening, Deputy Secretary of State Alice Wells said in a sharp statement that Kashmir was a bilateral issue between India and Pakistan.
“Although Kashmir is a bilateral issue that is discussed by both parties, the Trump Administration welcomes Pakistan and India and the United States is ready to help.”
Elliott L., chairman of House Foreign Affairs Committee Angle talked with Cherlingla after Trump’s comments.
A statement by the US House of Representatives said, “Angle repeated its support for the long-standing US position on the Kashmir dispute and expressed its support for talks between India and Pakistan, but repeated that the speed and scope Only by India and Pakistan can be determined. ” Committee of Matters
Angle said, Engel said that in order to be meaningful of talks, Pakistan must first take concrete and irreversible steps to eliminate the terrorist structure on its territory.
In a joint statement, Congressman George Holding and Congressman Brad Sherman, Congress Party of India and Co-Chairman of Indian Americans, Tensioned Kashmir was a bilateral issue between India and Pakistan.
“According to US policy decades, we believe that the dispute over Kashmir should be resolved bilaterally by India and Pakistan.”
In his joint statement, influential legislators said that the Republic of India is one of the closest and most important associates of America and we are ahead to work with Prime Minister Moody and Indian officials.
Terrorism and insurgency in the region In the first day, during a meeting with Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan at the Oval Office, Trump told reporters that the Prime Minister had requested mediation in the Kashmir issue and was ready.
In New Delhi, the Ministry of External Affairs rejected Trump’s claim that Moody had ever asked for mediation on Kashmir.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee, which is controlled by the Democrats, also released a fact sheet. The powerful Congress Committee said, “Indians say they did not ask Trump to mediate Kashmir.”
Merkel joined other international leaders who criticized Trump. The US president had indicated that the Congress members of the Democratic Party were “to go back and help to repair completely broken and damaged places.”
All Congress members are American citizens, and three of them were born in the United States.
Trump’s comments were criticized as “racist”, although they rejected the statement and said that their body was not “racial superiority”.
“As I said, I will end my political career in 2021, but I hope that life will continue even after that, and I hope that it will continue in a healthy way.”
Press Conference, with a blue background of the brand, is a traditional program started by former Chancellor Helmut Kohl from 1982 to 1998.
In August of 2015, Merkel prepared a set of provisions that would undoubtedly build their legacy. “We can (Wir Schaffen Das),” he said, Germany referring to achieving more than one million immigrants at the height of the refugee crisis.
“Proud” for iPhone der Lin
Merkel asked questions about Ursula von der Lin as the new president of the European Commission this week, saying that “the election is really good news for Europe” and was “proud” from the German viewpoint.
Merkel said that the claim of von der Leyan is avoided by uncertainty and conflict between European institutions, which would be important in the future in relation to suppressing issues such as breaksit.