ISLAMABAD - The first meeting of the Pakistan-India joint working group on visa matters Thursday discussed concessions for four major categories under the visa regime in the ministry of interior. The talks will continue today as well. The Indian side of the joint working group led by Joint Secretary, Ministry of Home Affairs of India, GV Shirma is on Pakistans visit for two-day talks to discuss the visa matters between the countries. The negotiations are being held as a follow up of the interior secretary-level talks recently held in New Dehli wherein Secretary Interior Qamar Zaman Zhaudhry had visited India to participate in the talks representing Pakistani. The joint working group that held talks in two sessions discussed to give visa concessions from both sides on four major visa categories including diplomatic, business, tourism and religious places. Secretor Interior Qamar Zaman Ch inaugurated the first session while in the second session Joint Secretary, Ministry of Interior, Mohammad Aslam Kundi led the Pakistani side to hold negotiations with his Indian counterpart. During the second session, both the countries expressed views on easing visa problems of the people belonging to both the countries. Both sides exchanged detailed and frank views in order to facilitate genuine visa seekers of Pakistan and India. It is also likely that the working group will issue a joint statement today.