Pakistan, UK to Begin Strategic Dialogue


Pakistan and the UK will begin “enhanced strategic dialogue”, marking a strengthening of their strategic cooperation when British PM David Cameron visits the Pakistani capital Islamabad on Tuesday for a one-day trip. Other than holding the opening session of the dialogue, whose layout envisages a bi-annual foreign ministers summit and annual talks, the two countries will sign an agreement to formalize the intensification of the cooperation. Mr. Cameron is scheduled to hold meetings with Pakistani President Zardari, PM Gillani and other top politicians. He is also expected to announce additional aid in health and education.


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