KARACHI: Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz on Wednesday said Pakistan and India would hold talks next month in Islamabad to discuss all outstanding issues.
“The Indian foreign secretary is expected to visit Islamabad in middle of next month,” he said while talking to newsmen in Islamabad.
He said the foreign secretaries would discuss eight to nine items on agenda.
To a query, the adviser said the representatives of Pakistan, Afghanistan, China and the United States would meet in the first week of next month to discuss ways to resume dialogue between Afghan government and Taliban.
He said the meeting will assess the situation and discuss mechanism for the second round of dialogue.
About Pakistan’s participation in the 34-nation coalition against terrorism, Sartaj Aziz said Pakistan supported its political objectives against terrorism and has joined the Saudi initiative on voluntary basis.
He said the decision about the extent of participation would be made after the bilateral and collective meetings. Our decision would be in accordance with our national policies.