The bilateral dialogues between Pakistan and Indian foreign secretaries that was to be held on 15th of this month has been cancelled.
According to Baaghi TV’s sources, the meeting that was due between foreign secretaries of Pakistan and India to discuss all the unsolved matter between both the countries has been cancelled.
The meeting was due to discuss Kashmir and all the outstanding conflicts between Pakistan and India and also to continue the comprehensive two-sided talks.
Earlier, a couple of days ago, Adviser to Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz informed the National Assembly that Pakistan and Indian foreign secretaries were to meet in Islamabad on January 15th. The declaration in the parliament came following the launch of investigation in to Pathankot airbase attack by Pakistan despite of finding the evidence insufficient, India also linked the foreign secretarian talks to Pakistan’s action against armed forces.
Baaghi TV is the first one to share the news regarding cancellation of the meeting. There was expectation that these dialogues could bring some peace between both rival states.
[This is a developing news and will be updated with time.]