India and Pakistan have reached a “broad understanding” on a framework for peace talks, Pakistan says. The Foreign Ministry in Islamabad said the agreement would be formalised on Wednesday during a meeting between the two nations’ foreign secretaries. The news came after a second day of discussions between the nuclear rivals in the Pakistani capital – their first formal talks for nearly three years. The landmark talks are part of efforts to resolve issues such as Kashmir. Both sides said the first day of talks was “cordial and constructive”. Full Story
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