Terrorism to figure in India-US talks: KrishnaJuly 9th, 2011 - 9:10 pm ICT by IANS
Bangalore, July 9 (IANS) External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna said Saturday that terrorism is of concern to both India and the United states and will be discussed during Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s visit later this month.
“Terror is always worrying not only for India but for United States also. It will be discussed,” Krishna told reporters here.
Clinton will be in New Delhi from July 19 for the second India-US strategic dialogue.
On the likelihood of Pakistan figuring in the dialogue, Krishna said “regional situations” will be reviewed, apart from bilateral and global issues.
The India-US strategic dialogue is held alternately in New Delhi and Washington. The first was in Washington last year which Krishna attended.
“I am looking forward to (Clinton’s) visit. It’s a fairly important visit,” he said.
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