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India, Australia to finalize pact on sharing classified information
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16:32, July 10, 2007

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India and Australia are expected to finalize a pact for sharing classified information to combat terrorism and discuss the alleged involvement of an Indian doctor in the foiled British terror plot during talks between Australian Defence Minister Brendan Nelson and Indian External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee here, Indo-Asian News Service (IANS) reported here Tuesday.

Nelson arrives here on a three-day visit Tuesday evening. Although the visit was planned much before the arrest of Indian- based Mohammad Haneef in the foiled Britain bombings, Nelson's trip will provide an opportunity to share notes on implications of the arrest and fine-tune a strategy on combating terrorism.

An Australian Federal Police agent is also currently here to meet intelligence officials to investigate the antecedents of Haneef, Australian embassy officials told IANS.

During his talks with Nelson, Mukherjee is expected to convey New Delhi's concerns over any negative fallout of such an incident on the Indian diaspora, particularly Indian doctors, in Australia.

IANS reported that issues relating to the quadrilateral dialogue forum, including India, Australia, Japan and the United States, launched in Manila in May this year, could also figure in discussions.

Source: Xinhua

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