India-Pakistan to discuss Kartarpur corridor modalities tomorrow

India and Pakistan will hold talks regarding the finalisation of the draft agreement on the Kartarpur corridor on Thursday, March 14. A delegation from Pakistan is scheduled to arrive in India India today to “discuss and finalise modalities for facilitating visit of pilgrims” through the Kartarpur corridor.

Last week on Thursday, Raveesh Kumar, the external affairs ministry spokesperson, tweeted that a a follow-up meeting “can beheld in Pakistan, as required”.

The meeting is expected to take place on the Indian side of the Wagah-Attari border. Among the numerous things that the two sides will discuss will be the modalities and coordinates for the crossing point of the corridor on the international border as well as an agreement that will allow Indian pilgrims to travel without visas to visit the Gurdwara. Read More

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