PM Khan, Britain’s Johnson discuss Kashmir, Iran on UNGA sidelines


The US president' would hold talks with his Pakistani counterpart for the second time since July when the former had offered to mediate the Kashmir dispute.

Trump was addressing the media alongside Prime Minister Imran Khan before their one-on-one meeting in NY.

He also noted said that Indian diplomats exposed their country's antagonism to Pakistan when its delegations made efforts to have Pakistan blacklisted by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF). Khan added that his country had not been informed about Trump's decision, which he said he only learned about through the media.

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Referring to issue of Afghanistan, he said stability is need of the hour in the war torn country. He recounted how his country has suffered unprecedented human and financial losses since joining Washington's war on terror in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001, terror strikes against the United States.

In his speech, the prime minister said that if the U.S. was unsuccessful in Afghanistan for the past 19 years then it is a bleak possibility it will emerge victorious in the next 19 years.

When asked on whether there was any information of Al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden being in Pakistan, PM Imran Khan said, "As far as I know, Pakistani military chief, ISI chief had no idea about this" and if "there was, it was at a lower level". "We are enmeshed in economic woes, the situation in Afghanistan is getting worse and Iran-Saudi encounters are also getting serious", he said. He also thanked China for helping out and for providing opportunities to "lift ourselves up from where we are right now". He declared the dialogue process as "dead" just when the two sides had reached a draft framework agreement to end the 18-year-old Afghan war.

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He said the United States abandoned Afghanistan in 1989 and we were left with these groups. "Then comes 9/11, and Pakistan again joins the United States in the war on terror and now we are required to go after these groups as terrorists".

The Prime Minister said Pakistan should have stayed neutral in the conflict and Pakistani government should not have pledged what they could not deliver.

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