Officials liaising with the high commission’s defence section and those who keep the phone lines between the directors-general of military operations of the two countries operational have been invited as well.
Sources said that the group of Indian parliamentarians will travel on March 13 and will head to the picturesque town of Murree, about 30 km north-east of Islamabad, where the meeting is going to take place.
“Last time, China had blocked the proposal citing it as a matter between India-Pakistan...so, this time, it was decided that others should take the lead. But Beijing has once again put it on hold,” a source told The Indian Express.
Calling the discussions “fruitful and productive”, Modi said convergence between the two countries can help stabilise the region and the economic partnership can be a source of regional and global prosperity.
For the first time, India has laid out the red carpet for a leader who’s not a Head of Govt or State. From investments to security cooperation, it has many reasons to invest in MBZ, as the Sheikh is known.