ISLAMABAD: Parliamentarians from Pakistan and India expressed resolve to use third round of dialogue to enhance trade and economic relations between the two countries.

The Two-day sessions of dialogue concluded here Wednesday,
with the background of the previous two constructive Parliamentary
Dialogues held on January 2011 in Islamabad and August 2011 in New
Delhi.

The sessions of dialogue were organized by Pakistan Institute for Legislative Development and Transparency (PILDAT).

The parliamentarians from Pakistan and India comprised MPs representing major political parties of India from both houses of the Indian Parliament.

Senator S. M. Zafar, former Federal Minister for Law, Pakistan and Yashwant Sinha, former Union Minister for External Affairs and Finance, India, co-chaired the dialogue session.

The Parliamentarians of both sides recognized the significant progress made in the furtherance of trade and economic relations during the discussions between the Commerce Ministers of India and Pakistan from September 26 to October 11, 2011. (APP)