Islamabad, Aug.21 (ANI): The United States and Pakistan have agreed to revive strategic dialogue between them to strengthen their bilateral ties.
According to sources, the fourth round of Strategic Dialogue between both nations will be held in Islamabad during Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's visit to Pakistan in October.
The Dawn reported that Clinton is likely to co-chair the talks with Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi.
The resumption of talks marks a clear change in America's policy, as after the appointment of Richard Holbrooke as the region's Special Envoy, most of the dialogue between the two countries took place through him. (ANI)