LAHORE: On Thursday, Pakistan and India held “positive talks in a conducive environment” on the draft agreement of Kartarpur corridor connecting Gurdwara Darbar Sahib in Pakistan’s Narowal district with Dera Baba Nanak in India’s Gurdaspur.
Director General South Asia and SAARC and Foreign Office Spokesman Dr Mohammad Faisal, who led the Pakistani delegation during the talks in Attari in Indian state of Punjab, told reporters upon returning to the Wagah border that the meeting was “powerful”.
“It was a powerful meeting, [the two sides] held positive talks,” the spokesperson informed, adding that another round of talks will be held at the Wagah border on April 2.
There were differences on certain aspects, the details of which cannot be revealed at the moment, the spokesperson added.
The Pakistani delegation, which also comprised members of a technical team, had arrived in Attari via the Wagah border earlier today to discuss issues relating to the corridor, its construction, road, and other technicalities.