ISLAMABAD — Pakistan's foreign minister announced on Tuesday that his Indian counterpart would travel to Islamabad in July for peace talks between the two neighboring states, bitter adversaries since the separation of Pakistan from British India.
The scheduled meeting is a sign of gathering momentum in peace moves between the nuclear-armed South Asian nations.
A slow-moving process was suspended following the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks.
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