Positive development on Kartarpur talks with India: Pakistan
ISLAMABAD: Foreign Office spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal has said positive development has taken place during talks meeting between Pakistan and India on the Kartarpur corridor.
‘A consensus have been reached on 80 percent issues regarding Kartarpur corridor. The remaining matters will also be resolved during future talks,” Dr Mohammad Faisal, who led Pakistani side in the talks, told media after the meeting.
Specific details will be shared with public after the agreement, he said, adding that the purpose of opening the corridor was to promote peace between the two countries.
Earlier, before resumption of talks Dr. Mohammad Faisal said that under Prime Minister’s direction and promise, Pakistan is fully committed for materializing Kartarpur Sahib Corridor into reality for 550th birth anniversary of Baba Guru Nanak Dev Ji.
He said that work on Pakistan side is proceeding speedily with more than 70 % of Gurdwara Complex, Terminal Building and Road completed.