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Krishna winds up ‘successful’ Pak trip

The external affairs minister S M Krishna described as 'fruitful' his three-day visit to Pakistan that he wrapped-up Sunday. Talking to the media after arriving at Allama Iqbal International Airport for a day-long visit to Lahore, he said that he and his Pakistani counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar had signed pacts on visa liberalisation and cultural promotion, which would help promote bilateral ties.

Krishna said that the dialogue between the Indian and Pakistani leadership would be fruitful as the Indian prime minister Manmohan Singh and the people of India wanted peaceful relations with Pakistan. He said the peaceful ties between the neighbouring countries would be helpful for the prosperity of the region.

In Lahore, Krishna visited the Data Durbar Sufi shrine and the Minar-e-Pakistan.
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