India and Pakistan Meeting at UN to End Three-Year Freeze

UN General Assembly hall in New York City. Credit: Patrick Gruban

(From The Guardian)

The foreign ministers of India and Pakistan are to meet on the sidelines of the UN general assembly next week in the first high-level contact between the neighbours in nearly three years. . . .

Senior officials from the nuclear-armed neighbours have had no public contact since early 2016, when nascent peace talks were suspended after militants attacked an Indian army air force base near the Pakistan border in Punjab state.

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