India, Pakistan ready to release bilateral dialogues: Sushma
Karachi : Foreign Minister Sushma Swaraj has announced in Islamabad that India and Pakistan will soon resume comprehensive bilateral dialogue
The discussion will focus over wide range of issues from counter terrorism to economic cooperation
She first met Sartaz Aziz and then Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif
They jointly announced that NSAs will continue to address all issues connected to terrorism
"The Indian side was assured of the steps being taken to expedite the early conclusion of the Mumbai trial," the statement further added.
In the morning, during Heart of Asia summit, Swaraj said it was time India and Pakistan displayed "maturity" in doing business with each other.
Indo-Pak cricketing ties however are still under suspicion as no green signal has been given by the Indian government so far.
Recently, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had met his Pakistan counterpart in Paris at an unofficial meet on the side lines of Climate Summit.