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Pakistan and India agree on more talks

07-16-2010 08:24 BJT

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Pakistan and India's Foreign Ministers have agreed to hold further peace talks in the future to rebuild trust after the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.

Pakistan's Shah Mehmood Qureshi and India's S.M. Krishna met for several hours on Thursday in the Pakistani capital of Islamabad. But, they both had little to say on what they had achieved in the talks.

Qureshi said the concerted effort of the two countries should not be wasted and talks should continue. Krishna said he had "good and constructive" dialogue with Qureshi. He also reiterated India's call for Pakistan to speed up investigations and trial of the Mumbai terror suspects.

He said, "I am going back with the hope these will be further investigated based on the leads given by Headley, and as I've said in my statement that, if it could help to unravel the conspiracy and if it could help in trying to go after the perpetrators of the Mumbai attack, perhaps that could be the biggest confidence building measure that could be taken."

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