LAHORE: Pakistan and India will hold foreign-ministerial level dialogues on March 14 following a major development in the opening of Kartarpur Corridor, a local news outlet reported on Tuesday.
Foreign Office (FO) spokesperson Dr Mohammad Faisal will lead the Pakistani delegation in the dialogues to be held in Attari on Thursday.
The Pakistani delegation will hold a press briefing at Wagah border at 8:30 am before departing to India for Kartarpur Corridor talks.
The delegation will inform about the progress of the dialogues on the Kartarpur Corridor project after reaching back at Wagah border.
The dialogues had been scheduled in New Delhi, but later the venue changed after rejection from the Indian government.