Pakistan And India Have Agreed to Continue Series of Dialogues

Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao after hold meeting with Pakistani Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir said the talks were significant and said both the countries have agreeed to continue dialogues.

Indian foreign secretary said Mumbai attacks had smashed the joint trust between the neighbor countries. She insisted on Pakistan to take action against terrorists and in the course of attentive brightness here that Pakistan will move quicker against anti-India terror master minds and 26/11 attackers to keep the conversation untie. Nirupama Rao also said Pakistan has lifted up Baluchistan issue during the meeting, which India phrased as groundless. Water issue was also come under conversation.

This is first official dialogues between two countries since the Mumbai attack 14 months ago.

Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao welcome her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir at the Hyderabad House as the two top representatives sat down for closed door one-to-one meeting, expected at breaking the post-Mumbai deadlock in bilateral ties.

"We look forward to our talks," Rao told. "Hyderabad House is a familiar venue. We look forward to a very good constructive arrangement," a smiling Bashir added before going inside for the talks.

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