India, Pak Foreign Ministers meet in New Delhi on July 21-22
New Delhi, Mar 6: Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan will meet here on July 21 and 22 for a review meeting and a Plenary Session of the Joint Commission as part of the third round of the Composite Dialogue Process (CDP) between the two countries.
This will be preceded by a meeting of their Foreign Secretaries here on July 20, a spokesman of the External Affairs Ministry said today.
The Joint Study Group of the two countries will meet in Islamabad on March 27 while the meeting for Economic and Commercial Cooperation will be held in the Pakistani capital on March 28-29.
Talks on the Tulbul Navigation Project will be held in Islamabad on April 18-19 and on Siachen in New Delhi on May 23-24.
The spokesman said that on May 25-26, discussions will be held in New Delhi on Sir Creek while Islamabad will be the venue for talks on Terrorism and Drug Trafficking on May 30-31.
Meeting for Promotion of Friendly Exchanges will be held in New Delhi on June one-two, the spokesman added.
The two countries have sucessfully completed two rounds of the CDP.
The third round started in January when the Foreign Secretaries of both countries met in New Delhi and discussed ''new ideas'' on peace and security and on Jammu and Kashmir.
A slew of Confidence-Building Measures (CBMs) across the Line of Control (LoC), including finalisation of dates for technical-level meetings, were also discussed.
The two Foreign Secretaries also reviewed the decisions taken and the progress of the earlier two rounds of the CDP.
The two countries also have a separate structure led by their respective Home Secretaries to discuss Terrorism and Drug Trafficking.
India says Pakistan has not yet dismantled the terrorist infrastructure on its soil.