India's Foreign Minister Natwar Singh says both India and Pakistan should not expect major breakthroughs in talks this Sunday aimed at building peace between the rivals.
Mr. Singh, who met with opposition leader Lal Krishna Advani in New Delhi today (Friday), made the comment during a local televised interview. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh also met today with his predecessor, Atal Behari Vajpayee. No details of the meetings were given.
Indian officials say they have presented 72 proposals to Pakistan, including a so-called softening of the Line of Control that divides the Indian and Pakistani-controlled parts of Kashmir.
For the past two months, India and Pakistan have been discussing a range of disputes, from Kashmir to water sharing and maritime boundaries.