Modi, Sharif in rare talks at BRICS summit

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has accepted an invitation to make his first official visit to rival Pakistan next year. He and his counterpart Nawaz Sharif announced the move at the BRICS summit in Russia.

Indian broadcaster NDTV said Sharif and Modi held talks, focused on the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks, for an hour on Friday on the fringe of the summit in Ufa, Russia.

It said India had agreed to send more evidential voice recordings against suspects held in Pakistan for their alleged roles in the attacks on Mumbai, India’s commercial hub.

In the past, Pakistan has reacted to Indian accusations of being slow to prosecute the alleged mastermind Zaki-ur-Rehman Lakhvi by saying India had failed to submit strong evidence.
 
 
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