Pakistan on Sunday sought the support of SAARC countries in fighting the menace of illegal drugs.
Pakistan on Thursday said Minister of
State for Foreign Affairs Malik Amad Khan will head the
country’s delegation at the SAARC Council of Ministers meeting
to be held in Bhutan during February 8-9.
China on Tuesday welcomed the recent meeting of Indian and Pakistan PMs on the sidelines of recent SAARC summit in Bhutan.
The twice-postponed meeting of SAARC Home Ministers to discuss ways to combat terrorism, extremism and drug trafficking will be held on June 26 in Islamabad.
In the midst of current chill in
Indo-Pak relations, a SAARC Home Ministers` conference is
scheduled next month in Islamabad to which P Chidambaram plans
to go subject to Foreign Office`s approval.
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