Indo-Pak FS talks rescheduled for near future
New Delhi: Foreign Secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan has been rescheduled. Ministry ...
New Delhi: Foreign Secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan has been rescheduled. Ministry of External Affairs spokesperson Vikas Swarup said, the talks scheduled for, today have now been rescheduled for very near future and it was agreed by both the Foreign Secretaries. Briefing media in New Delhi yesterday, he also said National Security advisers of both the countries are in regular touch. India has welcomed Pakistan government's statement on Pathankot Attack probe that considerable progress has been made against terror elements involved in the attack. Mr. Swarup said it is a positive initial step and hoped Pakistan will continue investigation and bring all perpetrators to justice. He said Pakistan is sending a special investigation team to Pathankot and Indian intelligence agencies will work together and provide all support. Mr. Swarup said New Delhi has taken cognizance of Pakistan forming a committee to look into Pathankot attack and arrests of Jaish-e-Mohammed members. He, however, denied any information about the arrest of Jaish-e-Mohammed chief Maulana Masood Azhar in Pakistan.
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