Islamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister’s Adviser on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said that during the proposed meeting in January, foreign secretaries will draw up a map for the next six months for talks on 10 identified subjects.
Sounding a note of caution against unrealistic expectations from the talks, Aziz said the dialogue process is challenging as it involves difficult decisions and important issues.
Aziz made a policy statement in Pakistan Senate regarding the short visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Pakistan on December 25.
He said there will be progress on some issues soon, while it will take time for progress on others.
He further said that Prime Minister Modi’s visit was a goodwill visit and it has been welcomed by majority of people in Pakistan and India and the international community.
He said the warmth of relations created by the Lahore meeting will hopefully have an impact on the formal dialogue. (ANI)