Pace & Progress of Pakistan-India Resumed Dialogue

February - July 2012

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Publication No: PD-288

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In February 2011 the Governments of Pakistan and India formally agreed on a roadmap to resume the dialogue process suspended in 2008 over the issue of Mumbai terrorist attacks. Since February 2011, 2 sets of resumed dialogues between the two neighbouring countries have been concluded. Foreign Ministers of the two countries are all set to meet in September 2012 to review the completion of the two rounds of the composite dialogues. This report narrates major highlights of the pace and progress of the official dialogue from February – July 2012. The report has been prepared for the Parliamentarians of the two countries who meet periodically, at the unofficial level, to enhance the role of Parliamentary Diplomacy in improving Pakistan-India relations. The Pak-India Parliamentary Dialogues are facilitated by PILDAT. The report has been prepared for consideration and adoption at the 4th round of India-Pakistan Parliamentarians Dialogue-IV scheduled to be held in New Delhi, Indian on August 23-24, 2012. The draft of the report has been prepared by Ms. Mehreen Ammar while it has been finalised by the PILDAT team.

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