Islamabad: Indian Prime minister Narendra Modi may meet with Pakistani counterpart Nawaz during SAARC in Nepal.
According to Indian media Pakistan and Indian prime ministers meeting is likely on the sidelines of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) in Nepal.
Indian external affairs ministry spokesperson Syed Akbaruddin said while talking to media persons in New Delhi that meeting of both neighbored countries Pakistan and India could not rule out, despite of border tensions and clashes between both.
Akbaruddin stated that although Pakistan didn’t requested to hold a meeting of both counterparts but Indian PM is keen to have meaningful dialogues with as many south Asian colleagues including Pakistan in order to improve and peaceful bilateral relation between both countries.
Pakistan Prime minister Nawaz Sharif will reach in Nepal along with delegation to attend the SAARC summit which is scheduled to take place in Kathmandu on November 26-27, with objective for peace and prosperity in the Asian region.