The next India- Pakistan meeting is unlikely to be held before early 2011. After the July meeting in Islamabad between the two foreign ministers, Pakistan minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi had said he would visit Delhi at the end of the year. But that won't happen. Foreign minister S M Krishna told editors here, "I have invited Mr Qureshi to visit India. The dates will be worked out through diplomatic channels." However, he added that November and December would be unusually busy months in the Indian diplomatic calendar. US President Barack Obama will visit in November, followed by French President Nicholas Sarkozy and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev in December. On a more real plane, the India-Pak faceoff in both Islamabad and New York has soured relations between the countries. India felt badly let down during the foreign ministers meeting in Islamabad, where Pakistan junked an agreed agenda of discussions for a maximalist approach, which was rejected by India, reported PTI. In New York, Indian diplomats and even Krishna had to resort to open verbal warfare with Pakistanis in UN General Assembly. Pakistan raised Kashmir again and again, to the extent that Krishna was compelled to cancel an almost-scheduled meeting with Qureshi on the sidelines. However, on multilateral level, none of this came in way of Pakistan supporting India for non-permanent seat in UNSC. While Krishna had a word with Qureshi on the subject, Pakistan had already given a thumbs up when Asian group endorsed India's candidature in February.