Donald Trump said maybe the US can intercede in strained India, Pakistan relations, news agency Reuters said.
This is the first time the US president has offered to intervene in the Kashmir dispute. Trump had earlier taken credit for Hafiz Saeed's arrest in Pakistan which took place last week. India has strongly refused any mediation over the Kashmir issue.
On Friday, Trump said he was ready to help South Korea and Japan solve their long standing dispute over World War II-era forced labour that has recently put a brake on trade ties between the two countries.
In 2017, Trump offered to mediate territorial disputes in the South China Sea between China, Vietnam and other Asia-Pacific countries - a proposal that did not move forward.
The much-anticipated meeting between the US president and the Pakistan prime minister took place at the White House as Pakistan sought to renew its friendship with the US which has been stymied with repeated Trump tweets castigating the Pakistan government on its record on terror.
During the meeting with Imran Trump said the US was working with Pakistan to find a way out of the war in Afghanistan, the US president also held out the possibility of restoring US aid to Pakistan.