In the wake of India's decision, Pakistan has also urged the international community, including groups such as the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation, to interfere in the matter and called for restraint against the so-called "illegal aggression" of New Delhi in the region.
Just hours before the Jaishankar-Pompeo meeting here, Trump in Washington once again offered to mediate but said this time that it is up to India and Pakistan on mediation and that he is ready to assist if both the neighbouring countries wanted him to solve the matter.
On the mediation offer, Trump said "It is really up to PM Modi. And I met with Prime Minister [Imran] Khan; I got along great. I think they are fantastic people, Khan and Modi. I mean I would imagine they can get along very well," Trump said while responding to a question on India not accepting his offer of mediation on Kashmir.