Indo-Pak Foreign Secretaries likely to meet in Feb
NEW DELHI (92 News) – Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan, who were scheduled to meet in Islamabad on January 15-16 to decide the timetable and modalities of the resumed peace dialogue but postponed it following Pathankot airbase attack, are expected to hold the meet in the second week of February.
According to Indian media reports, the officials from both sides have been in touch and trying to reschedule the meeting keeping in mind other preoccupations of both Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar and his Pakistani counterpart Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry.
“Two sides are toying with the dates of February 6-7 and February 7-8 to schedule the meeting. But a final decision is yet to be taken,” the report adds.