| GEO Pakistan|
| Pak may move ICJ on Baghlihar dam row|
| Updated at: 2111 PST, Thursday, November 13, 2008|
ISLAMABAD: The Foreign Office spokesman, Muhammad Sadiq said Thursday that Pakistan could move to International Court of Justice if Baghlihar dam issue was not resolved under the Indus Basin Treaty.
In a weekly briefing at the Foreign Office, the spokesman said Pakistan is planning to seek mediation and positive suggestions of world powers to resolve all outstanding issues with India including Kashmir dispute.
He said that the fifth round of Pak-India composite dialogue is underway, announcing foreign secretary level talks will be held in Islamabad on November 25 to discuss issues of narcotic control and elimination of terrorism.
He informed that two sides would meet again in New Delhi from December 2 to 3 to discuss the Sir Creek issue. Pakistan will host the SAARC Foreign Ministers’ summit on November 27 in the federal capital where issues relating to terrorism, narcotic control and visa restrictions would be discussed.
To a question, the spokesman said that there was some progress in Dr. Aafia Siddiqui’s case, adding foreign ministry is also in contact with US embassy and the U.S. State Department.
When asked about abducted Iranian diplomat, he said that Iranian foreign diplomat and all other foreign nationals would be recovered soon.