11.07.2012 [Daily News & Analysis] - Though external affairs minister SM Krishna told his Pakistani counterpart Hina RabbaniKhar on the sidelines of the recent Afghan donor's conference in Tokyo that normalisation of ties between the two countries is possible only 'in an atmosphere free
11.07.2012 [La Voz Nueva] - U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton participates in a meeting with Afghan Foreign Minister Zalmai Rassoul, left, and Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina RabbaniKhar, right, on the sidelines of the Tokyo Conference on Afghanistan in Tokyo, Japan, on July 8.
09.07.2012 [Oman Tribune] - Clinton said in Tokyo she had “a broad-ranging discussion” with Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina RabbaniKhar on some of the issues surrounding the reopening of border routes during their one-hour meeting. “We are both encouraged that we have been able
09.07.2012 [PakistanToday.com.pk] - The US secretary of state met Foreign Minister Hina RabbaniKhar in Tokyo on Sunday and told reporters they were both encouraged by last week's agreement. Clinton's apology for NATO'S killing of 24 Pakistani soldiers in November ended Pakistan's
09.07.2012 - In his meeting with Khar in Tokyo, on the sidelines of the Tokyo Conference on Afghanistan, Krishna also thanked Pakistan for releasing another Indian prisoner Surjeet Singh who had served his sentence.
09.07.2012 - RabbaniKhar and told reporters that the two countries are putting past difficulties behind them to focus on the future and […] Afghanistan will lead to better relations with Washington. Clinton met Sunday in Tokyo with Pakistani Foreign Minister Hina
08.07.2012 [Press TV] - US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (3rd R) and Pakistan's Foreign Minister Hina RabbaniKhar (4th L) pose before a bilateral meeting at the Prince Park Tower Hotel Center in Tokyo on July 8, 2012 on the sidelines of the Tokyo Conference on Afghanistan.
25.05.2012 HINA RABBANIKHAR IN TOKYO. Posted by Editor on May 26th, 2012. This entry was posted on Saturday, May 26th, 2012 at 5:39 am and is filed under Japan. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed.