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Pakistan, India talks rescheduled with mutual consent


ISLAMABAD: Indian Foreign Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup on Thursday talking to media said, “Talks between India and Pakistan foreign secretaries have been rescheduled with the mutual consent of both countries.


Further explaining what he has announced, Vikas Swarup said that decision to defer the talks has been taken together by both countries. It was not only India’s decision.

“The foreign secretary spoke to his Pakistani counterpart and they agreed to reschedule talks in the near future.”

Commenting on Pathankot’s probe, spokeperson said, “We look forward to the visit of the Paksitani Special Investigation Team (SIT). We will extend it our full cooperation.”



Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif while  chairing high-level meeting in which regional situation was reviewed and PM reiterated Pakistan’s commitment to cooperate with India on Pathakot incident.

Premier re-affirmed Pakistan’s strong condemnation of terrorism in all its forms and manifestations.

The meeting expressed the confidence on the goodwill generated by the recent high level contacts, the two countries would remain committed to a sustained, meaningful and comprehensive dialogue process.


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