ISLAMABAD: Analysts believe there is a possibility of a meeting between Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi on the sidelines of SAARC Summit in Khatmandu, Nepal.
‘What will be discussed when this meeting does take place’ is the question in everyone’s mind at the moment. Will this meeting, if happens, be helpful in effecting a thaw in Pak-India relations?
All the participants of the Summit have their gaze on the chief executives of the two neighbouring countires which have, over the past months, witnessed deaths and injuries as a result of cross border shelling.
According to Indian media, there are chances of Nawaz-Modi meeting on the first day of the SAARC Summit at Dholi Khel area near Khatmandu.
Advisor to Prime Minister foreign affairs, Sartaj Aziz says that this meeting depends on India’s willingness.