Indo-Pak Foreign secretaries to meet on Jan 15
ISLAMABAD (92 News) – Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has on Friday said that the meeting between India-Pakistan Foreign Secretaries will be held on January 15.
In his written statement submitted in the National Assembly, Sartaj Aziz said that all outstanding issues including Indian-held Kashmir will be discussed in India-Pakistan Foreign Secretaries meeting.
He said that around 1,08,906 visas have been issued to US nationals including 27428 from Washington, 15,462 from Los Angeles, 22,200 from Houston.
The adviser said that 19,584 visas have been issued from New York, while 14,232 visas have been issued from Chicago.
Meanwhile in his written statement submitted in the National Assembly, Safron Minister Abdul Qadir Baloch said that the number of registered Afghan refugees in the country are 15,50,000, while the number of unregistered Afghan refugees in the country are 10,00,000, adding that 6,81,000 Afghan refugees have been sent back to their homeland since 2008.