Indian foreign secretary to visit Pakistan on March 3

His visit is likely to help resume the stalled peace process between the two countries

Our Correspondent February 25, 2015
Indian foreign secretary, S. Jaishankar. PHOTO: INDIAN EMBASSY

ISLAMABAD: Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar will visit Pakistan on March 3 for talks with his Pakistani counterpart, according to an official announcement by the foreign office here on Wednesday. 

"Pursuant to the Prime Minister’s India call to the Prime Minister on 13 February, 2015, the Indian Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar would visit Pakistan on 3-4 March, 2015. During his visit, Jaishankar would hold meeting with Foreign Secretary Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry," the statement said.

The visit of the Indian foreign secretary is likely to help resume the stalled peace process between the two countries.

Indian Ministry of External Affairs on Tuesday indicated that New Delhi is ready to discuss all issues including Jammu and Kashmir with Pakistan.


JSM | 7 years ago | Reply @Bobb Mack: Indian FS may start talking to Baluchistan Liberation Front leaders Remember 1971, the most powerful country twisted India's arm ( sent 7th fleet to assist Pakistan) and your country (I assume you are a Pakistani) broke into two. WE wait and watch to see the results of the latest alleged arm twisting. Moderators- There is nothing malicious in what I have written- please publish it.
Bobb Mack | 7 years ago | Reply @JSM: Talks with the separatists have already taken place at the Pak high Commission India. What remained was the bilateral dialogue at FS level in Pakistan - after one cancellation by the Indians due to reasons best know to them it is now resheduled at the same venue albeit following some arm twisting. Therefore on this occasion repeat talks with the separatist along side the same dialogue episode is not necessary. Of course meetings with the separatists will continue in future as required. You Indians have difficulty thinking on right lines but eventually the reality will start sinking. What consequences Pakistan will face if they met the separatists again? You obviously are not in the right frame of mind.!!
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