India, Pakistan reiterate commitment to uphold ceasefireNovember 14th, 2007 - 2:29 am ICT by admin
As mandated by the respective Foreign Secretaries, the two sides reviewed the implementation of the existing CBMs.
“Consultations continued with the aim of strengthening the ongoing process of confidence building in the conventional field,” said the joint statement.
The Indian delegation was led by T.C.A Raghavan, Joint Secretary, External Affairs Ministry, while Aizaz Ahmad Choudhary, Director General (SA), Ministry of Foreign Affairs, led the Pakistani delegation to the talks.
The two sides will have talks on nuclear CBM’s on Friday. (ANI)
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