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Natwar Singh holds talks with Musharraf

Source: PTI
February 16, 2005 13:13 IST
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External Affairs Minister K Natwar Singh on Wednesday held talks with Pakistan President Pervez Musharraf and reviewed the progress on the ongoing Composite Dialogue process.

Singh, who arrived in Islamabad on Tuesday evening on a three-day visit met Musharraf before meeting Pakistani Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz and Foreign Minister Khurshid M Kasuri.

The Composite Dialogue that covers the vexed Jammu and Kashmir issue would be the focus Singh's talks with all the Pakistani leaders, official sources said. Other issues like starting the bus services between Srinagar-Muzafarabad, Lahore and Amritsar are expected to figure in Singh's talks.

India is awaiting a response from Pakistan to a number of its proposals, many of which are aimed at bolstering people-to-people contacts. These include holding visa camps by the respective High Commissions in different cities and an agreement on peace and tranquility along the Line of Control.

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