Trump claims: During this tension, US President Donald Trump has made a big statement, between India and Pakistan, this time there is a war-like situation. The US president in Hanoi, Vietnam, has said that the news is coming from India and Pakistan, the ongoing tension between the two can end soon. The US claims that he is playing the role of mediator in all this.
US President Donald Trump said, “I think a fascinating news is coming from India and Pakistan, tension continues in both the countries for a long time. We are arbitrating in solving this issue, we are getting good news. We hope this tension that is going on for centuries will end soon. ”
Let us tell you that after the terrorist attack in Pulwama on February 14, the US condemned it and advised Pakistan to take a tough action against terrorists. Donald Trump had then given a statement that India has lost many of its jawans, in such a situation he could do something bigger. After that, India had entered the Pakistani border and made an airstroke.
After the Pulwama terror attack, India had penetrated the border of Pakistan and destroyed Jaish-e-Mohammed’s terror hideouts. This strike of India had a huge loss in the Balakot of Pakistan. After which the Pakistani Air Force had violated the Indian Air Force on Wednesday. However, India expelled Pakistani aircraft and demolished one of its F16
Doval had talked to the Foreign Minister
It is noteworthy that on Wednesday night, National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval spoke to US Secretary of State Mike Pompey. It was decided in both the conversations that the action taken against India on terrorism is right and America is standing with India.
Let’s tell you that Donald Trump is currently in Vietnam and North Korea’s supreme leader Kim Jong is summiting with them. This is the second round of summit between the two leaders.
Pakistan has our pilot (Trump claims)
It is also worth noting that Wing Commander of Indian Air Force is congratulated at this time in Pakistani custody. India has asked Pakistan to return to our pilot immediately following the Geneva Treaty. There is no official statement from Pakistan on this so far.
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