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New beginning made by India, Pak: Swaraj

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NEW DELHI, Dec 17 - A new beginning has been made by India and Pakistan as the two countries have agreed on a new bilateral comprehensive dialogue to address all outstanding issues through peaceful means, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said today.

To a question in Rajya Sabha on whether India has raised the issue of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir in international fora, Swaraj replied in the affirmative and said the government�s principled and consistent position on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir has been that the entire State is an integral part of India.

�A new beginning has been made in the form of the agreement of the two countries on a new bilateral comprehensive dialogue to address all outstanding issues between them through peaceful means,� she said.

During her visit to Islamabad earlier this month to attend a multilateral meet on Afghanistan, both India and Pakistan announced that they have decided to engage in a �comprehensive� dialogue. � PTI

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New beginning made by India, Pak: Swaraj

NEW DELHI, Dec 17 - A new beginning has been made by India and Pakistan as the two countries have agreed on a new bilateral comprehensive dialogue to address all outstanding issues through peaceful means, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said today.

To a question in Rajya Sabha on whether India has raised the issue of Pakistan Occupied Kashmir in international fora, Swaraj replied in the affirmative and said the government�s principled and consistent position on the issue of Jammu and Kashmir has been that the entire State is an integral part of India.

�A new beginning has been made in the form of the agreement of the two countries on a new bilateral comprehensive dialogue to address all outstanding issues between them through peaceful means,� she said.

During her visit to Islamabad earlier this month to attend a multilateral meet on Afghanistan, both India and Pakistan announced that they have decided to engage in a �comprehensive� dialogue. � PTI