Islamabad (Xinhua): Pakistan will enter talks with India with “a very positive and open mind,” a senior government official said on March 26.
Interior Secretaries of the two countries will hold two-day talks in New Delhi on March 28-29, which will mark the resumption of the so-called “composite dialogue” that was deadlocked after the 2008 Mumbai attacks.
A government official said Pakistani delegation will be going to India with “a very positive and open mind.”
“We feel greatly delighted and satisfied that this process of talks has been resumed. This in itself is a very positive development,” the official said.
“Pakistan appreciates and has the desire to more forward in a positive manner,” the official added.
Sources said that the Pakistani delegation will be leaving for New Delhi on Sunday.
The official said that there are four major topics for discussion, which include terrorism-related issues, humanitarian and visa issues.
“All issues are going to be discussed. When we are going to talk about terrorism, it is not just going to be confined to Mumbai incident.”