The Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan say relations between their nations are on the right track after resuming bilateral peace talks earlier this year.
The two agreed during talks held on Wednesday in New Delhi to work more closely in fighting terrorism in the region and to easing cross-border commerce and travel.
External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna said that “while being fully cognizant of the challenges that lie ahead, I can confidently say that relations are on the right track.”
His visiting Pakistani counterpart, Hina Rabbani Khar, said the two sides would continue talks “with a view to finding a peaceful solution” on the status of Kashmir. Hindu