Indian delegation to visit Pakistan in March for Indus Commission meet

The talks between both nation will resume after a two-and-a-half-year hiatus gap caused by the COVID 19 crisis. Before the 2021 Delhi discussions, meetings between the two countries took place in August of 2018 in Lahore.

Indian delegation to visit Pakistan in March for Indus Commission meet
The talks between both nation will resume after a two-and-a-half-year hiatus gap caused by the COVID-19 crisis. Before the 2021 Delhi discussions, meetings between the two countries took place in August of 2018 in Lahore. Picture Courtesy: Pexels

The Permanent Indus Commission's (PIC) annual meeting is set to take place in Pakistan from Mar. 1 to 3, with an Indian delegation led by India's Commissioner P K Saxena expected to visit the nation.

The delegation is slated to depart on Feb. 28 and return on Mar. 4, 2022. This will be the 117th meeting of the commission, which the commissioners from both sides will chair. The Commissioners were expected to meet annually in order to discuss the concerns under the Indus water treaty of 1960. Last year's meeting was held in New Delhi on March 23 and 24.