January 2004 News

Eight Months Of Secret Talks

8 January 2004
The Pioneer

New York: Pakistan's decision to end support to Islamic militants in Kashmir was reached after eight months of secret negotiations with India and essentially cemented with the Christmas day suicide attack on President Pervez Musharraf, officials in Islamabad were on Thursday quoted as saying. The New York Times said the sense of mortality gave push to talks between the two countries.

 

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