ISLAMABAD: Pakistan said that it had agreed to an Indian proposal to hold the next technical meeting of Kartarpur corridor on on February 16. This was stated by Foreign Office spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal in a Twitter message on Monday.…
Technical meeting of Pakistan and India is all set for today in Lahore that will discuss the measures and plans for the future coarse of actions for finalizing the modalities of the Kartarpur corridor project.
"Constructive and positive discussions held between Pakistan and India today on Kartarpur Corridor agreement", Foreign office spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal revealed this after returning from Indian side of border Attari.
Foreign Office spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal has today regretted India's decision for not granting visas to Pakistani journalists for covering the Kartarpur meeting scheduled for tomorrow.
Pakistan and India both yesterday finally agreed on dual visits of the officials with a purpose to conclude the finalization of the Kartarpur agreement.
The initiative of Pakistan to open Kartarpur border knocked India down on the diplomatic front, a fact that Indian media has also acknowledged lately.
Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has strongly defended and made his 'googly' comment explicit to all after receiving an exasperated response from Indian External Affairs Minister Sushma
Rawalpindi: Chief of Army Staff, General Qamar Javed Bajwa has applauded the Kartarpur Corridor opening as a step towards peace which our region needs.