ISLAMABAD – The leaders of South Asia’s two largest powers, Nawaz Sharif and Narendra Modi, concluded meeting with the echoes of curbing terrorism.
Prime Minister of Pakistan Nawaz Sharif met his Indian counterpart in New Delhi’s Hyderabad House on Tuesday.
The newly sworn-in Indian premier discussed the issue of cross border terrorism and Mumbai Attacks.
According to Indian media reports, Narendra Modi raised cross-border terror and the 26/11 trial as he met his Pakistani counterpart.
Media reports also stated that Modi told Nawaz Sharif that the trial in Pakistan of those accused in the Mumbai terror attacks was “too slow” and must be expedited.
The Modi had the assistance of new Foreign Minister of India Sushma Swaraj as he sat with Nawaz Sharif
After the meeting, the Pakistani leader left to visit Atal Bihari Vajpayee, who was the prime minister when he last came to India.