Islamabad, Apr 9 (UNI) Pakistani and Indian foreign ministers and foreign secretaries will meet in Islamabad to review progress achieved in fourth round of their composite dialogue process, officials said today.
''The Foreign Secretary level review of the Fourth Round of Pakistan-India Composite Dialogue will be held on May 20, followed by a meeting between Pakistani Foreign Minister and Indian External Affairs Minister on May 21,'' foreign office spokesman Muhammad Sadiq said in Islamabad.
He added that the two Foreign Ministers will also review the progress made in the Fourth Round.
The peace process, which Pakistan says, is slow moving is aimed at resolving all outstanding issues including the Kashmir dispute.
Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi on Monday said the new coalition government would not put on hold progress in various areas of cooperation with India.
He added that the regional stability, peace and greater understanding (with India) would continue so that ''we can work together to the benefit of the region and its people.'' UNI XC RJ BD1645