Talks between India and Pakistan will continue for two days on Tuesday and Wednesday. The two countries are discussing the distribution of Indus waters. These talks, which are supposed to be held every year, are going to be held this time after two years. Officials will discuss the distribution of river waters and the concerns of the two countries. Pakistan has objected to the construction of several hydropower plants by India in Ladakh. Pakistani officials are coming to India to discuss these.
Pakistan Foreign Ministry spokesman Zaheed Hafeez said the 116th meeting of the Permanent Indus Commission will be held in new delhi on March 23 and 24. According to the Indus Waters Treaty, the commissioners of the two countries must meet at least once a year. These discussions will take place once in Pakistan and once in India. It is noteworthy that the officials of the two countries are meeting for the first time after the repeal of Article 370, which gives special status to Jammu and Kashmir.