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Pakistan, India hold anti-terror meeting in New Delhi

SAMAA | - Posted: Oct 24, 2008 | Last Updated: 12 years ago
SAMAA |
Posted: Oct 24, 2008 | Last Updated: 12 years ago
Pakistan, India hold anti-terror meeting in New Delhi

ISLAMABAD: A special meeting of the
Joint Anti-Terrorism Mechanism was held in New Delhi on
Friday, that focused on ways to counter the menace of
terrorism in Pakistan and India.
The Pakistan delegation was led by Aizaz Ahmad
Chaudhry, Additional Secretary Ministry of Foreign
Affairs, while the Indian delegation was headed by Shri
Vivek Katju, Special Secretary Minister of External
Affairs, according to Foreign Office statement issued
here.
During the meeting, information on the issues of
mutual concerns including the bombing of Indian Embassy
in Kabul was exchanged.
The meeting was held in a positive, constructive
and forward looking atmosphere.
The meeting was held as per the directive of
Prime Minister of India and the President of Pakistan
in New York, issued on September 24.

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