Third round of Indo-Pak talks from March 28
Talks on Tulbul/Wular Barrage will take place in Islamabad on April 18-19, Siachen on May 23-24 in New Delhi and Sir Creek on May 25-26 in New Delhi.india Updated: Mar 06, 2006 17:18 IST
India and Pakistan will hold the third round of talks on six of the eight topics of the composite dialogue from March 28.
The talks will conclude with a review at Foreign Minister level on July 21.
This round of Secretary-level talks will begin in Islamabad on March 28 when the two countries meet for two days to discuss Economic and Commercial ties.
This was brought to light after a statement by the External Affairs Ministry on Monday.
Talks on Tulbul/Wular Barrage will take place in Islamabad on April 18-19, Siachen on May 23-24 in New Delhi and Sir Creek on May 25-26 in New Delhi.
Terrorism and Drug Trafficking will be discussed on May 30-31 in Islamabad to be followed by talks on Promotion of Friendly Exchanges on June 1-2 in New Delhi, it said.
The Secretary-level talks will be followed by a review by Foreign Secretaries of the third round of the dialogue on July 20 and Foreign Ministers on July 21.
A meeting of the Joint Commission will take place on July 22.
The two countries have already held talks on two topics -- Jammu and Kashmir and Peace and Security, including Confidence Building Measures (CBMs).