| GEO World|
| Nothing dramatic expected from visits: Krishna|
| Updated at: 1219 PST, Thursday, June 24, 2010|
MUMBAI: India today said "nothing spectacular or dramatic" was expected from a series of forthcoming high-level political contacts with Pakistan because of the complexity of bilateral ties.
"I don't expect anything spectacular or dramatic because the Indo-Pak relationship is so complex", External Affairs Minister S M Krishna told reporters here.
He said Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao's visit to Pakistan was primarily "to prepare the ground for my visit to Islamabad next month".
Besides Krishna, Home Minister P Chidambaram is also scheduled to visit Pakistan in July to attend a meeting of SAARC Interior Ministers.
Krishna was here to visit ailing cartoonist R K Laxman who is undergoing treatment at Breach Candy Hospital here.
Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao is set to land in Islamabad on Thursday, Jun 24 to meet her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir. This is the first time an Indian diplomat will be visiting Pakistan since the Mumbai terror attacks in Nov 2008.
Home Minister P Chidambaram is also scheduled to visit Pakistan in Jul 2010 to attend SAARC Interior Ministers meeting.