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Thursday, December 6, 2007

Modi's remarks came close on the heels of Gujarat government's special counsel in Supreme Court K T S Tulsi threatening to resign if the Chief Ministe

NEW DELHI: In the first high-level bilateral contact since the political turmoil began in Pakistan, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee will meet Pakistan's Foreign Adviser Inamul Haq here on Friday and review status of ties.
The two sides will discuss ways to push forward the bilateral relations, particularly the peace process which has witnessed a slowdown over the last several months due to internal developments in Pakistan.
Mukherjee and Haq will meet on the sidelines of the SAARC Foreign Ministers' meeting here on Friday, Foreign Secretary Shivshankar Menon said.
After his arrival here, Haq told reporters that he would discuss with Mukherjee the status of composite dialogue covering issues like Jammu and Kashmir and Siachen.
The two sides will also discuss the SAARC process, with particular focus on giving a push to it. Mukherjee met Bangladesh's Foreign Adviser Iftekhar Chowdhury on Thursday and discussed bilateral relations.
The discussions covered the devastation caused by cyclone recently in Bangladesh after which India decided to adopt 10 worst-affected villages for rehabilitation.
Mukherjee was in Dhaka last week-end during which he announced lifting of ban on export of upto 5.5 million tonne of rice to cyclone-hit Bangladesh.
The External Affairs Minister also met his Maldivian counterpart and discussed issues concerning security of the island nation which was rocked by bomb blasts recently.
A hospital after the name of former Prime Minister Indira Gandhi is being constructed in Maldives with Indian help. Health Minister A Ramadoss will be travelling to Male soon in this regard, Menon said.

1 comment:

Alex said...

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