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Round II of Indo-Pak talks from Dec 23

K J M Varma in Islamabad | November 29, 2004 18:06 IST

Foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan will hold talks on the Kashmir issue during the second round of the composite dialogue process on December 23 and 24.

Pakistan has accepted the dates suggested by India for the meeting, Pakistan foreign office spokesman Masood Khan said in Islamabad on Monday.

The talks will be in Islamabad. However, a final confirmation is awaited, he said.

The first round was in Delhi.

The secretaries will also fix the schedule for official-level talks on seven other issues -- Siachen, Wullar Barrage, Sir Creek, terrorism, drug trafficking, economic and commercial cooperation and promotion of friendly exchange in various fields.


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