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PTI / The Hindu / ISLAMABAD, July 22, 2011.
File photo of Pakistan's foreign minister Hina Rabbani Khar.
Days ahead of her visit to New Delhi for crucial talks with her Indian counterpart, Pakistan’s new Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has said her priority in the parleys with India would be to set a future direction for the bilateral relationship.
Ms. Khar said it is a “positive step” that India is serious in the talks and is moving to institutionalise the process of negotiations with Pakistan.
There was forward movement in recent talks between the two countries, she said.
The Pakistani position for the upcoming talks is that it wants to “look at the entire picture and at the root causes of problems”, Ms. Khar said in an interview with state-run PTV.
It was the success of Pakistan to bring India back to the negotiating table, and the priority for the upcoming talks would be to set a future direction for bilateral relationship, she added.
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