An Indian delegation consisting of nine members were in Pakistan in March to attend the 113th Permanent Indus Commission meeting in Islamabad. Both countries are expected to discuss their issues with five hydroelectric projects during the meeting, which will be a two-day affair. Key problem from the Indian side would be to resolve differences over the Kishenganga and Ratle hydro power projects that are being constructed on the Jhelum and Chenab rivers, respectively. Pakistan has been opposing both projects saying that they violate the provisions of the treaty.
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