New Delhi: Even though questions remain over the signing of the new liberalised visa agreement between India and Pakistan during the upcoming Foreign Ministers-level talks, the two countries are likely to ink an MoU, highly placed sources on Wednesday said.
The sources said an MoU is likely to be signed between Pakistan and Indian during External Affairs Minister SM Krishna's visit to Islamabad from September 7-9.
However, the sources did not specify the precise area in which the MoU will be signed and said modalities are still being worked out. However, they hinted that the MoU might be in the field of culture.
Meanwhile, questions continue to hover over the signing of the new liberalised visa agreement between India and Pakistan.
Meanwhile, questions marks continue to remain on the signing of the new visa agreement between India and Pakistan which would replace the existing one that was inked in 1974. Sources said India hopes it will be signed as early as possible.
The visa agreement was supposed to be signed during the Home-Interior Secretaries level talks held in May in Pakistan but Islamabad said their internal consultations were on.
"We were ready in May and we are ready now," a source said.
The new relaxed visa regime will, for the first time, include group tourist visa, visa on arrival for senior citizens and children and year-long multiple-entry and multi-city visa for businessmen.