New Delhi: India will strike a bilateral agreement with Pakistan on November 10 to “strike a balance” in bilateral relations, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj said on Thursday.
Swaraj said the two countries must strike “a balance” by moving towards a “zero-tolerance approach to terrorism” and ensuring that “all parties abide by all international and regional rules”.
Pakistan has denied India’s claims that it has the capacity to strike back at terrorist groups.
Pakistan has also sought to counter Indian allegations that it is harbouring terror elements, including the Haqqani network, the Indian army has claimed.
India has also denied India is harbourling terror elements.