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India says 'noticeable progress' in talks with Pakistan

Source: PTI
August 26, 2005 17:04 IST
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India said on Friday said there has been "noticeable progress" in the composite dialogue process and it will need to be carried forward to address specific important issues.

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Foreign Secretary Shyam Saran, who will undertaking a three-day visit to Pakistan from August 31 for talks with his counterpart Riaz Muhammad Khan on the composite dialogue process, said it has been "quite useful" and that "there has been noticeable progress" in some areas.

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Asked about reports in the Pakistani media that further talks could be held under the aegis of an India-Pakistan joint commission, Saran said the mandate of any such body would have to be discussed.

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