NATO plans for civilian-led mission in Afghanistan once current mission ends

NATO foreign ministers agreed on Wednesday to keep a civilian-led mission in Afghanistan after its current training operation ends, including a military component, NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said.

China, Japan, South Korea hold first FM talks for three years

The foreign ministers of South Korea, China and Japan gathered in Seoul Saturday for their first meeting in nearly three years, aimed at calming regional tensions rooted in territorial and other diplomatic disputes.

Foreign ministers call for total ceasefire in Ukraine
Foreign ministers call for total ceasefire in Ukraine

Foreign ministers from Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany were meeting in Paris Tuesday in a bid to salvage a ceasefire deal which has failed to halt fighting in eastern Ukraine.

Foreign ministers plan Ukraine peace summit in heat of battle

 Foreign ministers from Moscow and Kiev meet their French and German counterparts in Berlin on Monday to arrange a Ukrainian peace summit that the Europeans fear is premature because of festering fighting.

Sushma Swaraj meets Sartaj Aziz at SAARC Summit, calls it 'basic courtesy'
Sushma Swaraj meets Sartaj Aziz at SAARC Summit, calls it 'basic courtesy'

The foreign and external affairs ministers of the SAARC nations are attending the 36th meeting of the SAARC Council of Ministers in Kathmandu on Tuesday.

NATO okays additional support package for Ukraine

NATO foreign ministers Wednesday approved a package of additional support measures to "strengthen Ukraine`s ability to defend itself", an official statement said.

Kerry attends first NATO foreign ministers meeting

NATO foreign ministers met today in Brussels to discuss the wars in Syria and Afghanistan, and to learn the views of a new member of their club US Secretary of State John Kerry.

EU foreign ministers try to stop violence in Syria

European Union foreign ministers are meeting to discuss ways to end the violence in Syria, wracked by a civil war that has killed an estimated 70,000 people.

Will cooperate with India in Mumbai probe: Pak

Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan will hold preparatory talks in New Delhi on Tuesday to firm up the details of CBMs even as Pakistan offered cooperation in investigating the recent Mumbai blasts.

Indo-Pak Foreign Ministers meet at Thimphu

Home Minister P Chidambaram
on Saturday had a meeting with his Pakistani counterpart Rehman
Malik, as he said terrorism posed the most significant
"existential challenge" to peace and security in South Asia.

India, Pak foreign ministers to meet on July 27

India and Pakistan Thursday announced that talks between their foreign ministers will take place July 27.

Indo-Pak talks on July 26-27

The Foreign Minister-level talks will be preceded by meetings of a working group on cross-Line of Control confidence-building measures and the Foreign Secretaries of the two countries.

NATO ministers meet amid Libya dispute

NATO foreign ministers will seek to overcome differences over Libya.

Hizbul chief rejects Indo-Pak FM dialogue

Mujahideen chief Syed Salahuddin today rejected upcoming
talks between the Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan,
saying militant groups will continue their jehad till the
"last Indian soldier leaves" Jammu and Kashmir.

Rao to hold talks on June 24 to finalise FMs’ meeting agenda

Indian Foreign Secretary
Nirupama Rao will hold talks with her Pakistani counterpart
Salman Bashir here on June 24 to finalise the agenda for an
upcoming meeting of the Foreign Ministers of the two

Indo-Pak foreign ministers likely to talk tomorrow

External Affairs Minister S M
Krishna and his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mahmood Qureshi are
expected to hold telephonic talk on Tuesday to discuss ways to
reduce trust deficit.

Pak violates ceasefire again as FMs prepare to meet

Pakistan once again violated the ceasefire at LOC by indulging in indiscriminate firing at the Indian troops on Sunday night.