A meeting between the prime ministers of India and Pakistan is likely after the Lok Sabha elections in India, Indian media claimed.
The meeting will be organized in Bishkik, Kyrgyzstan, on June 14 and 15 at the session of Shanghai Cooperation Organisation (SCO).
Formal negotiations between India and Pakistan have remained suspended since 2013.
The meeting can be helpful in restoring the negotiations.
According to a report of Indian newspaper, Pakistan gave this message to India through Russia and China to hold a sideline meeting at the session of the SCO.
The high officials in New Delhi have not rooted out the possibility of the meeting.
The Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan will participate at the session of Foreign Ministers that will be held in Bishkik in the current year.
However, nothing can be said as final about the sideline meeting.