NEW DELHI - Ahead of the foreign minister-level talks between India and Pakistan later this month, both sides will hold discussions on cross-LoC confidence-building measures on Monday (today), reported Indian media. The India-Pakistan Joint Working Group on cross-LoC CBMs will be meeting in New Delhi, an External Ministry Affairs statement said. The meeting will recommend measures for strengthening and streamlining the existing cross-LOC trade and travel arrangements and propose modalities for introducing additional cross-LoC CBMs. The Indian side is also expected to highlight the need to have a proper banking channel for cross border traders and categorisation of 21 items selected for trading with adequate safeguards, official sources said. Director General South Asia Division (DGSA) in Pakistans Foreign Office Zehra Akbari, will lead the Pakistani delegation in the meeting. Pakistans Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Hina Rabbani Khar will visit India for talks slated for July 26-27 here with External Affairs Minister SM Krishna. The foreign ministers meeting will be preceded by preparatory talks between Indian Foreign Secretary Nirupama Rao and her Pakistani counterpart Salman Bashir July 25.