US President Donald Trump and Prime Minister Imran Khan to meet today in New York, the current situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir and Afghan unrest will dominate their discussions.
This will be the second meeting between the two leaders in two months. The two leaders had met at the White House in July when Imran paid maiden visit to Washington as prime minister.
That meeting, contrary to the expectations, went quite well as Trump not only acknowledged Pakistan’s role in advancing peace talks in Afghanistan, but also offered to mediate between Pakistan and India over the Kashmir dispute.
But much has changed since. The Afghan peace process was abruptly collapsed after Trump pulled out of the almost done peace deal with the Taliban.