NEW DELHI : Pakistan and India officials will meet next week in Islamabad for continuing uninterrupted cross border trade and solving of problems of traders. According to India media, an Indian delegation would be travelling to Islamabad next week to iron out any obstacles, try to gain consensus on several issues and form a mechanism to ensure smooth and continuous cross border trade. The trade between the two countries suffered asset back after recovery of brown sugar from a Muzaffarabad truck. The set back has also created a sense of disappointment between the traders of both sides.

The Indian delegation besides officials of foreign, finance, Interior ministries would also include civil administration and security agencies reps.