ISLAMABAD, Mar 25 (APP): Pakistan & India have agreed to work together to resolves issues of the Indus Water Treaty and to make tours of inspection regarding this issue.
The event was the 116th meeting of the Pakistan-India Permanent Indus Commission, at New Delhi. It was agreed to meet in Pakistan next, according to a Foreign Office press release. The provisions of the treaty require an annual meeting alternating between the two countries.
Syed Muhammad Mehar Ali Shah, Pakistan Commissioner for Indus Waters, represented Pakistan. The Foreign Office says that several issues were discusses. Pakistan pointed out its objection to Indian projects, including Pakal Dul, Lower Kulnai, Durbuk Shyok and Nimu Chilling. Pakistan urged India to share flood flow data as per treaty provisions, and highlighted the early resolution of issues.
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