Pak-India Foreign Secretary talks to take place on July 4-5
New Delhi: (Tuesday, June 26, 2012) Pakistan and India, two arch rivals, that are struggling to store long term peace between each other, have decided to hold Foreign Secretary level talks.
According to S M Krishna, the Indian Minister for External Affairs, the talks, that had been earlier scheduled to be held in Islamabad, would now take place in New Delhi.
Earlier, in the backdrop of upcoming presidential elections in India, talks between the two neighbours had been postponed. However, now the authorities on both sides have planned to resume them.