TV9 - "INDIA-PAK" FOREIGN MINISTERS "SM KRISHNA & HINA RABBANI KHAR" MEET IN NEW DELHI
TV9 - "INDIA-PAK" FOREIGN SECRETARIES "SM KRISHNA & HINA RABBANI KHAR" MEET IN NEW DELHI............! New Delhi: Talks between India and Pakistan are finally back on track even though there are no key takeaways from the meeting between External Affairs Minister SM Krishna and Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar. After the meeting both countries agreed that fighting terror should be at the top of their agenda. Krishna said that the talks were on right track and India was satisfied with the progress while Khar added that Pakistan was in favour of friendly relations with India. Krishna said that terrorism remained the biggest threat for the two countries while addressing the media after meeting Khar at Hyderabad House in New Delhi. "Terrorism poses continuing threat to peace and security. We have reiterated our commitment to fight this scourge in all its forms and agreed to strengthen counter-terrorism to bring those responsible for terror crimes to justice," said Krishna. He added that Jammu and Kashmir was also discussed with the Pakistani delegation and efforts are on to find a "peaceful solution" to the issue. In a joint statement, Krishna and Khar announced more measures on cross Line of Control travel and trade. The two ministers will meet in Islamabad in first half of 2012 to review progress in the dialogue. India also raised issues regarding terror and "expressed displeasure" over the Hurriyat-Khar meeting. Khar said that to have friendly relations between <b>...</b>
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