New Delhi: The Indo-Pak Foreign Secretary level talks ended on Thursday morning with Pakistan proposing a joint investigation into the 26/11 Mumbai carnage and categorically stating that Pakistan has not been involved in any terror act in India.
Addressing a press conference after the talks, Pakistan Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani said, "I bring a message of goodwill, peace from the government and people of Pakistan. We talked over Confidence Building Measures (CBMs), Jammu and Kashmir and promotion of friendly exchanges. We discussed these issues in a cordial atmosphere, reviewed progress on peace and security."
Below is the full text of the joint statement issued after the two-day talks between Indian Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai and his Pakistani counterpart.
During the second-round of the resumed dialogue process, the Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan met in New Delhi on July 4-5, 2012 for bilateral talks on Peace and Security including CBMs, Jammu & Kashmir and Promotion of Friendly Exchanges....more
12:42 PM, Jul 05, 2012