Indian Prime Minister Modi meets his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif in Paris
Paris: India, Pakistan relations have touched a nadir in the last one and half years since the new government came to power. The two countries are not on talking terms and almost all the talks between the two South Asian nations remain suspended.
While Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif have met a couple of times, the iceÂ in the relations is yet to be broken.
Meanwhile despite initially discounting any such probability, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi met his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif at COP 21 here today.
India’s Minister of External Afairs said that the two leaders shook hands and exchanged pleasantries. World leaders are all set to begin their round of talks on Monday with the objective of achieving an elusive agreement to counter global warming, which has reached calamitous levels. During the conference, Indiaâ€™s 25-member delegation will focus on Prime Minister Modiâ€™s call for â€˜Climate Justiceâ€™ that he had made in his address at the United Nations General Assembly last month. (ANI)