India, Pakistan Foreign Ministers To Meet On Sidelines Of UNGA: MEA


India on Thursday said it has agreed to Pakistan’s request for a meeting of the foreign ministers of the two countries on the sidelines of the UNGA in New York.

However, this meeting does not indicate any change in our policy towards Pakistan and does not mean resumption of dialogue, the ministry of external affairs clarified.

Talking to reporters on Thursday, Raveesh Kumar, spokesperson, ministry of external affairs said that a meeting between the two foreign ministers will take place on the sidelines of the UNGA at a mutually convenient date and time.

“We have not finalised the agenda yet, we have just agreed for the meeting,” he said. Read More

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