Islamabad, Jul14 : India and Pakistan agreed on 80 per cent of issues regarding the Kartarpur Corridor in their talks in Wagah on Sunday, the Pakistan Foreign Office said.
Foreign Office Spokesman Dr Muhammad Faisal described this as positive development and said the rest of the issues will also be resolved during future talks.
He said specific details will be made public after the agreement is reached, Radio Pakistan reported.
Briefing media at Wagah, Faisal said that the purpose of opening the corridor is to establish peace between the two neighbours.He said work on Pakistan side is proceeding speedily with more than 70 per cent of the Gurdwara Complex, Terminal Building and Road completed.Pakistan is fully committed to establishing the Corridor for the 550th birth anniversary of Guru Nanak, he added.(UNI)