| GEO Pakistan|
| Dubai talks over between Zardari, Nawaz|
| Updated at: 1842 PST, Thursday, May 01, 2008|
DUBAI: The third round of talks between Asif Ali Zardari and Nawaz Sharif is over and both the leaders left the hotel where the negotiations were underway.
Co-chairman Pakistan People’s Party Asif Ali Zardari at the end of the talks said he did not want to say anything to the media. However, he said, he wanted the coalition parties to stay united and this association should continue.
The body language of Asif Zardari indicated that the talks have completely failed to make any positive progress.
Pakistan Muslim League-N Chief Nawaz Sharif on the occasion said the talks are over. “We are satisfied with the outcomes of the talks and issues will be resolved in accordance with the Murree Declaration,” he added.
He said the deposed judges will be reinstated by passing a resolution and “you will hear a good news.”
Nawaz appreciated Asif Ali Zardari’s role in addressing the matters at hand in a well manner.
Regarding the details of the talks Chief PML-N said the details of the meetings will be released after reaching in Pakistan.
To a question regarding fixing of a new deadline, he said the announcement in this regard will also be made on Friday.
Advisor to Prime Minister for Interior Rehman Malik and Federal Minister for Law Farooq Naek said a good news will be announced soon.