India, Pakistan diplomats meet after months-long hiatus Indian Foreign Secretary Subrahmanyan Jaishankar (L) holds talks with Pakistani counterpart Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry.
Eastern Eye Staff
The top diplomats of India and Pakistan have met today for talks after a hiatus of several months following a militant attack on an Indian air base, in what the Pakistani side called a useful and wide-ranging exchange of views. The low-key meeting between the foreign secretaries, on the sidelines of a regional conference in New Delhi, seeks to restore a dialogue that was derailed by the raid in January on the Pathankot air base that killed seven military. “The meeting provided a useful opportunity to exchange views on recent developments,” Pakistan’s High Commission in New Delhi said in a…
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