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 Bush to discuss terrorism, nuclear issues in Pak

Latest NewsThe Times of India

ISLAMABAD: US President George W. Bush will hold discussions on a range of issues, including terrorism and nuclear energy, with Pakistani leaders during his visit to the country later this week, an official said on Monday.

"President Bush will meet his Pakistani counterpart Pervez Musharraf as well as representatives of the public and private entrepreneurs," foreign ministry spokesperson Tasneem Aslam told reporters here.

However, she did not disclose the dates of the president's visit, apparently because of...

security reasons, saying that details of Bush's programme were still being worked out.

This will be Bush's second visit to Pakistan in the past six years.
"A joint statement, to be issued at the end of the president's visit, will highlight the importance of agreements and understanding to be reached during his talks with Pakistani leaders," Aslam said.

She said cooperation between the two countries in counter-terrorism and the peaceful uses of nuclear energy would be "on the agenda of talks".

"We will also brief President Bush about the ongoing peace talks with India, which are aimed to resolve all outstanding issues between the two countries," the spokesperson said.



 
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