Pakistan's Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz heads to New Delhi today (Tuesday) for talks with his Indian counterpart reviewing the neighboring countries' peace process.
Mr. Aziz warned not to expect a breakthrough at his talks with Manmohan Singh, which he described as part of an ongoing process.
On Monday, Mr. Aziz said India's reduction in troops in disputed Kashmir helped reduce tensions. But he added that a permanent solution is likely some time off.
Mr. Aziz also plans to meet Kashmiri separatist leaders during his visit. His trip to India is part of a regional tour as the outgoing chairman of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation, or SAARC.