Pakistan, India water talks resume today
Two-day meeting of Permanent Indus Commission between Pakistan and India begins in Islamabad today.
The two-day 113th meeting of Permanent Indus Commission between Pakistan and India began in Islamabad on Monday.
Water Commissioner Mirza Asif Saeed is heading the Pakistani delegation while India's Indus Water Commissioner P K Saxena is leading the Indian delegation.
The agenda of the talks includes discussions on the design aspects of Pakal Dul, Lower Kalnai and Miyar hydroelectric plants, flood data supply by India and programme of tours of inspection and meetings by Pakistan and India to the sites of their interest in the Indus basin.
The meeting is taking place after almost two years break. Earlier, these talks were held in May 2015.
Despite various media statements causing speculations, Pakistan showed restraint and kept on making efforts for resumption of Commission level talks.