Pakistan Expects Modi to Visit in November

Pakistan PM’s Spl Assistant on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi, said Indian PM Modi is expected to visit Islamabad in November this year.

Published: 29th February 2016 04:48 PM  |   Last Updated: 29th February 2016 04:48 PM   |  A+A-

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KARACHI: Pakistan Prime Minister’s Special Assistant on Foreign Affairs Tariq Fatemi  has said that Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to visit Islamabad  in November this year.

Dates for the upcoming SAARC summit in Islamabad are being worked out in consultation with member states said Fatemi.

The summit will probably be held in November, reports Dawn.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi is also expected to attend the summit,” he added.

Pakistan has proposed to host the 19th SAARC Summit in Islamabad in November 2016.

Further, Fatemi said a five-member Joint Investigation Team (JIT) formed to probe the January 2 terror attack on  Pathankot airbase will complete its work this week.

The Punjab government had last week formed the JIT to investigate the Pathankot airbase attack case, which was registered a week earlier in Gujranwala.

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