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India to attend SAARC summit in Pak

July 10, 2003 15:04 IST

India will attend the South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation at Islamabad in January next year, Foreign Secretary Kanwal Sibal said on Thursday.

The SAARC cannot hold a summit unless all the seven leaders are present.

"The standing committee has reached a consensus to hold the summit from January 4 to 6,"' Sibal said after a meeting of the SAARC foreign secretaries meet in Kathmandu.


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