Hina Rabbani: Pakistan's gorgeous Foreign Minister on India tour
Pakistan's newly installed Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar talks to media after upon her arrival at the airport in New Delhi, July 26, 2011. Khar is here to meet with her Indian counterpart SM Krishna Wednesday. Indian and Pakistani officials began talks Tuesday against the backdrop of a recent terror attack that killed 20 people in India's financial capital. (AP Photo/Gurinder Osan)
Pakistan's first woman Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar arrived for talks with her Indian counterpart S M Krishna on July 27.
Pakistan's Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar arrives as Pakistan's high commissioner to India Shahid Malik, right, looks on at the airport in New Delhi, July 26, 2011. (AP Photo/Gurinder Osan)
A host of bilateral issues, including Confidence Building Measures, India's concerns on terror and Jammu and Kashmir will figure in the talks whose agenda was finalised by the Foreign Secretaries of India and Pakistan during their "preparatory" meeting on July 26.
India is also understood to have handed over the revised list of 'most wanted' fugitives to the Pakistani delegation which carries 48 names. Khar told reporters in Lahore before leaving for India that Pakistan is looking forward to a "pro-active, productive
and result-oriented" engagement with India on all issues, including Kashmir on which "we should not be held hostage to history".
The two Foreign Ministers will review the talks held under the peace process this year and set the forward direction.
Pakistan will not accept the supremacy of any country in South Asia, the country's new
Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar said contending that neither the US nor China or India could downplay Islamabad's strategic significance in the present scenario.
She said both countries have committed
themselves to an "uninterrupted and uninterruptible" peace process since they began their re-engagement earlier this year.