Omar, McCain discuss Indo-Pak relations
Srinagar: Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister
Omar Abdullah on Wednesday said he discussed post-Osama situation in
South Asia and Indo-Pakistan relations, including Kashmir with
US Senator John McCain.
"We discussed the region in the light of Osama`s killing
and India-Pakistan and Kashmir," Omar wrote on the
micro-blogging site Twitter.
Al Qaeda Chief, Osama bin Laden, was killed in a pre-dawn
raid on his hideout in Pakistani city of Abbotabad by US Navy
Seals on May 2.
McCain, who arrived here yesterday on a special plane
from Pakistani capital Islamabad, met the Chief Minister and
Governor N N Vohra here.
The US Senator, who was the Republican presidential
candidate in 2008 US elections, is the highest ranking
politician from the US to visit the state.
McCain flew out of Kashmir this morning after visiting
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