India and Pakistan to hold meeting on Kartarpur Corridor in March


India and Pakistan on Thursday agreed to hold the first meeting to finalise modalities for the Kartarpur corridor next month.

External affairs ministry spokesperson Raveesh Kumar tweeted that a team of Pakistani officials would visit India on March 13 to “discuss and finalise modalities for facilitating visit of pilgrims” through the Kartarpur corridor. A follow-up meeting “can be held in Pakistan, as required”, he added.

In another tweet, Kumar said India had also proposed “technical level discussions between engineers on both sides” for quick completion of the corridor, Read More

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