ISLAMABAD - Foreign Minister Ms Hina Rabbani Khar will visit India next week to carry the full spectrum dialogue process forward resumed between the two countries in February this year. A brief announcement by the foreign office Thursday said Hina Rabbani would be visiting India on the invitation of External Affairs Minister of India Shri SM Krishna for the foreign minister level talks on July 27 in New Delhi. Hina Rabbani, who has recently been elevated to the post of a federal minister, would lead the talks preceded by a meeting of foreign secretaries of Pakistan and India on July 26. According to official sources, Ms Khar will discuss ways to make the peace process between the two countries more result-oriented. At a recent meeting with Indian High Commissioner Sharat Sabharwal, Ms Khar expressed satisfaction over the resumption of talks and urged to make the dialogue process uninterrupted and uninterruptible to help build trust between the two countries. The peace process between Pakistan and India was stalled by the 2008 Mumbai attacks. However, the ice was broken following a meeting between Pakistan Prime Minister Gilani and Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at Sharm-el-Sheikh in 2009 followed by the one at Bhutanese capital Thimphu on the sidelines of a Saarc summit in April 2010. The two leaders met at Mohali to witness the Pakistan-India cricket world cup semi-final in March. The two leaders resolved that dialogue was the only way forward and agreed to discuss all outstanding issues. The foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan met in Islamabad on June 23 and 24 and discussed peace and security including CBMs, Jammu & Kashmir; and promotion of friendly exchanges. Chinese Minister for Foreign Affairs HE Yang Jiechi had also sent a letter to Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar to congratulate her on assuming the charge of her office. In his letter, the Chinese foreign minister referred to the close and friendly relationship between Pakistan and China based on mutual respect, trust and support.