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"Our Bilateral Relations"
24 October 2016,1700-1830 hrs
IPCS Twentieth Anniversary Plenum Series (Interaction #7)

Speaker:  H.E. Mr Abdul Basit, High Commissioner of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to India 
By invitation only.
The Institute of Peace and Conflict Studies (IPCS) is honoured to announce that in the seventh interaction under the aegis of its Twentieth Anniversary Plenum Series, it will host His Excellency Mr Abdul Basit, High Commissioner of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to India, who will speak on "Our Bilateral Relations."
The interaction will be held from 1700-1830 hrs on Monday, 24 October 2016

1700-1705 hrs
Opening Remarks by the Chair
Amb (Retd) Salman Haidar
Patron, IPCS, and Former Indian Foreign Secretary 
1705-1735 hrs
"Our Bilateral Relations"
His Excellency H.E. Mr Abdul Basit
High Commissioner of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to India 

1735-1830 hrs

1830 hrs
Real time updates on the Plenum Series can be accessed at the IPCS Twitter handle @IPCSNewDelhi, using the hashtag, #IPCS20 

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