Indo-Pak talks on Kashmir CBMs rescheduled for July 18July 14th, 2008 - 11:01 am ICT by ANI
Islamabad , July 14 (ANI): The meeting of the Pakistan-India Technical Working Group on Kashmir-related CBMs, which was originally scheduled for July 10 but were postponed on India s request, will now be held on July 18, official sources announced here last evening.
India had requested to postpone the talks as its head of the delegation had to rush to Afghanistan due to an emergency situation there in the aftermath of suicide bomb blast outside the Indian embassy in Kabul , killing 41 persons, including four Indians, reported the Daily Times.
The meeting will realise decisions on across-Line of Control bus, trade and truck services. These services were announced in May 2008 in Islamabad after a meeting of foreign ministers of both countries, the paper quoted Pakistani Deputy High Commissioner at Pakistan embassy in New Delhi Afrasiab as saying. (ANI)
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