Indo-Pak nuke talks today

Islamabad, August 4:

Pakistani officials were set to leave for New Delhi today for talks with India on reducing the risk of a nuclear conflict and to share information on missile tests and military exercises, a Foreign Ministry spokesman said. The two-day nuclear talks between the South Asian rivals were scheduled to begin tomorrow in New Delhi, the ministry spokesman, Mohammed Naeem

Khan, said. He said experts and officials from the two sides will also meet on August 8 for talks on confidence-building measures. Pakistan has said the purpose of these talks is to discuss ways of avoiding an arms race and to share information on plans for missile tests and military exercises.