Islamabad, May 12: The fourth round of meetings in the ongoing composite dialogue process between Indian and Pakistan will commence on May 17 in Rawalpindi.
''The schedule has been agreed for meetings of the fourth round of Composite Dialogue between Pakistan and India,'' foreign ministry spokeswoman Tasnim Aslam said here today.
The talks on Sir Creek will be held in the Garrison town of Rawalpindi from May 17-18 followed by a two-day meeting on Wuller Barage, scheduled in New Delhi from June 26-27.
Discussion on Promotion of friendly exchanges will take place in Islamabad from June 28-29.
Indian and Pakistani home ministry officials will hold two-day talks on terrorism and drug trafficking from July 3-4 in New Delhi.
Talks on terrorism will follow discussions on Economic and Commercial Cooperation from July 31-August 1 in New Delhi.
Joint Study Group on Trade and Commerce, which is not a part of the composite dialogue will meet in New Delhi on August 2.