Karachi, Oct 13 : Pakistan's Adviser to the Prime Minister on Foreign Affairs and National Security Sartaj Aziz has said that the stalled dialogue between India and Pakistan will be discussed in the meeting between Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and US President Barack Obama on October 22 at the White House.

According to The Dawn, Aziz told media in Islamabad that he expected Prime Minister Sharif to discuss several issues with President Obama.

He also alleged that Indian state institutions such as the Research and Analysis Wing (RAW) were involved in "terrorist activities" in Pakistan.

Aziz warned that the increasing tensions between India and Pakistan were hazardous for world peace.

He said the visa duration of those who travel to India via the Samjhauta Express would be extended and that the Indian High Commission had been instructed to make the required changes.


(Posted on 13 October 2015, 1685477148 18O232O31O255)