ISLAMABAD: In light of the internal affairs of Pakistan and the upcoming presidential elections in India, talks between the foreign ministers of the two countries have been postponed till an undisclosed date sometime in August or September, Express News reported on Tuesday.
Talks between the foreign secretaries of the two countries which took place this month were to be succeeded by talks between Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar and her Indian counterpart SM Krishna in Islamabad next month.
Further talks will be held between the foreign secretaries of the two countries on July 4 and 5 in New Delhi.
The talks were being held to discuss and, if possible, resolve issues between the two countries that have been ongoing for decades, including the Kashmir dispute and for reviewing review progress of the second round of the peace process between the nuclear-armed neighbours.
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