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New Delhi:

The NSA-level talks between India and Pakistan will go as scheduled despite the new row over the Pakistani High Commission inviting Kashmiri separatist leaders to meet Sartaj Aziz.

Sartaj Aziz is to visit New Delhi to hold talks with his Indian counterpart National Security Advisor Ajit Doval on Sunday.

Sources said “India would make its stand clear later today in the backdrop of reports that separatist leaders have been invited for the reception being held in Aziz’s honour.”

Last year, India called off Foreign Secretary-level talks after the Pakistan High Commissioner met Kashmiri separatist leaders on the eve of the FS-level meeting.

Sartaj Aziz to meet Kashmiri Separatists
Sartaj Aziz, Pakistan National Security and Foreign Affairs Adviser to meet Kashmiri Separatists