ISLAMABAD, Dec 11 - The Foreign Secretaries of Pakistan and India will meet next month in Delhi to work out details of the newly-announced Comprehensive Bilateral Dialogue after the two countries decided to re-engage.
Pakistan Prime Minister�s Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz, while making a statement in Parliament today, said the Secretaries will decide on the modalities and schedule of the dialogue the two countries have decided to engage in. The meeting will be held in Delhi.
Aziz briefed the Parliament about the recently held �Heart of Asia� conference and his meeting with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on Wednesday during which it was decided that the two countries would engage in a Comprehensive Bilateral Dialogue.
Aziz said all issues, including Kashmir, would be part of the peace talks under the agreed formula for the fresh re-engagement with India. � PTI