India's foreign minister in first visit to Pakistan since 2012

December 2015
Eastern Eye;12/11/2015, Issue 1332, p20
The article reports that Indian foreign minister Sushma Swaraj will hold talks with Pakistan on in December 2015 for the first visit three years, as a part of efforts to restart a peace dialogue distress by militant attacks and distrust.


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