New Delhi, Feb.22 (ANI): India and Pakistan are unlikely to host any joint press conference following the February 25 foreign secretary-level talks here.
According to sources, the itinerary of the talks does not mention any joint press conference involving both sides following the forenoon talks, which are scheduled to be held at the Hyderabad House here.
The six member Pakistani delegation headed by Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir, which would arrive here on Wednesday (February 25), is expected to hold meetings with several important persons, including Hurryiat Chairman Mirwaiz Umer Farooq.
Bashir is likely to participate in a separate interaction session with the media at the Pakistan High Commission.
The Pakistani delegation's schedule also includes a lunch hosted by Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao following the meeting and a courtesy call on External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna.
However, the timing of Krishna's call is yet to be decided. (ANI)