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Indian official calls for cooperation with Pakistan

06-25-2010 08:24 BJT

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India's Junior Foreign Minister, Preneet Kaur has reiterated that more cooperation is needed between her country and neighboring Pakistan. Kaur says concrete and long-term cooperation will help develop bilateral trust, and lay a firm foundation for further talks.

She adds that sports can help improve the relationship between the two nations. Kaur made the remarks during a trip to the Pakistani city of Amritsar. She is to receive the Queen's Baton Relay for the Commonwealth Games, which will be staged in New Delhi in October. The stick is expected to enter India from Pakistan at the Wagah Border Crossing on Friday after going through every Commonwealth member country in the world.

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