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India has set a five point agenda for foreign secretary level talks with Pakistan. Responding to media query External Affairs Ministry spokesperson Vikas Swarup said, Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar had conveyed to Pakistan that he accepts Pakistan's invitation to visit Islamabad but made it clear that the discussion should focus on more pressing aspect of situation in Jammu and Kashmir. These include cessation of cross border terrorism by Pakistan, ending incitement to violence and terrorism, detaining and prosecuting internationally recognised Pakistani terrorist leaders, closing down of Pakistani terrorist camps and denying safe haven to terrorists in Pakistan. 
The Foreign Secretary had also said that he is looking forward to discussing with his Pakistani counterpart the earliest possible vacation of Pakistan illegal Occupation of Jammu and Kashmir. Mr Jaishankar also underlined the importance of bringing to justice all those guilty in Pakistan for the Mumbai terror attack of 2008 and Pathankot airbase attack. He said that his visit should provide the opportunity to receive a briefing from Pakistan’s Foreign Secretary on progress in this regard. As to whether Prime Minister Narendra Modi's reference to Balochistan constitutes a policy shift, the spokesperson said, 
India has made statements about the situation in Baluchistan in the past as well. He said, the only difference this time was that the Prime Minister was moved by the various messages received by him and therefore he shared it with the people.

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