NEW DELHI: The Director General level bi-annual meeting between India and Pakistan border guarding forces will take place here on Wednesday.
A 15-member delegation headed by Pakistan Rangers Director General (Punjab) Maj Gen Umar Farooq Burki will travel to Attari-Wagah border today and then fly from Amritsar to New Delhi to participate in the four-day talks with the Border Security Force. The Indian delegation will be led by DG BSF Devendra Kumar Pathak.
Cross border firing, infiltration and smuggling are among the key issues to be discussed during the meeting. The talks will also endeavour to focus on positive issues like different levels of communication, more simultaneous coordinated patrolling and other confidence building measures.
The concluding session and signing of Joint record of Discussions will be held on September 12th