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`Pak to extend all help to India to fight terror`

Striking a positive note ahead of the Indo-Pak talks, Pakistan foreign secretary Salman Bashir said Islamabad would extend all required cooperation to India on the terror issue and share related information.



Attari/New Delhi: Striking a positive
note ahead of the Indo-Pak talks, Pakistan foreign secretary
Salman Bashir on Monday said Islamabad would extend all required
cooperation to India on the terror issue and share related
information.

Crossing over the Attari-Wagah border, Bashir, who
will meet Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao tomorrow in Delhi,
said the effort on both the sides was to deepen understanding.

The two Foreign Secretaries are expected to discuss
Confidence Building Measures, concerns on terror and steps to
enhance people-to-people contacts and prepare the agenda for
the meeting of External Affairs Minister S M Krishna with his
Pakistan counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar on Wednesday.
"It is good to be here back in Delhi for me personally
and for my team. We are here a day ahead to prepare for the
foreign ministers meeting. The Foreign Secretary of India was
in Islamabad and we have covered some ground. We hope to
give the preparations a final touch (at our) meeting
tomorrow.," Bashir said on arrival at the Delhi airport from
Amritsar.
"We had good engagement process for the last five six
months and we hope that this will be productive and lead to a
good meeting of the two foreign ministers," he said.

PTI

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