WASHINGTON/ISLAM-ABAD (Online) - The eagerly awaited third round of Pak-America Strategic Dialogue is going to start from Wednesday (tomorrow) in Washington. According to diplomatic sources the strategic dialogue will continue till Friday in which issues related to power, agriculture, education and security would be discussed. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi would lead the Pakistani delegation while US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton would lead US delegation. Diplomatic sources further told that COAS General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani would leave for the US on Tuesday (today) to attend the dialogue. FM Qureshi will embark via UK to Washington to attend the dialogue. The dialogue working group leaders from both governments will report out on the tangible outcomes of their work. Besides the Army Chief and Foreign Minister, Finance Minister Abdul Hafeez Sheikh and other senior officials will be among the delegation. During the ministerial-level bilateral Strategic Dialogue held earlier in the year in Washington from March 24 to 25, thirteen separate working groups were formed, which had held meetings in Islamabad over the next three months before the second round. The working groups are: agriculture; communications and public diplomacy; defence; economics and finance; education; energy; health; law enforcement and counter-terrorism; market access; science and technology; security, strategic stability and non-proliferation; water; and womens empowerment. During the deliberations, Pakistan would try to convince the US to make progress in investment in the power and water sector. The sources said Pakistan would adopt a decisive stance on Indias violation of Indus River Water Treaty and would demand the US to play its role in this regard. The FO sources said Pakistan will demand the US to establishment of RoZs in the FATA while urge the US Congressmen for methodical legislation and immediate removal of hurdles. During their stay, the COAS and FM will meet US Defence Secretary Robert Gates, US Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Admiral Mike Mullen besides US National Security Advisors and other high ups to throw light on some of the thorny issues like war against terrorism, security, defence and enhancing cooperation in military and other fields.