"As of this moment, I am not aware of any proposal on this (Modi-Sharif meeting)," Pakistan High Commissioner to India Abdul Basit said at a function.
While Prime Minister Modi will be in New York from September 26 to 29, Sharif is scheduled to be there from September 22 to 27. Though there is an overlapping of small period when both the leaders will be there, a meeting is unlikely given the frosty ties between the two countries.
The two countries witnessed a war of words last month as India cancelled Foreign Secretary-level meeting after Pakistan went ahead with talks with the Kashmiri separatists despite India asking it to choose a "dialogue with India or talks with separatists".

Earlier, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had not ruled out a meeting between the two Prime Ministers on the sidelines of UN General Assembly in New York.
Questioning the rationale behind Pakistan holding talks with Kashmiri separatists, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj had said it was not "too much" to expect from Pakistan that it should not interfere in the internal matters of India.
However, when asked about the future strategy in dealing with Pakistan, she had said "there is no full stop in diplomacy, it's always commas and semi colon. And after all this, people always move forward. There are no full stops in diplomatic journey."

Asked if Prime Minister Narendra Modi will meet his Pakistan counterpart Nawaz Sharif on the sideline of the UN General Assembly in New York later this month, the Minister said it will depend on how the situation will emerge in coming days and they were not going there with any "preset mind".
Noting that consequent to the meeting between Modi and Sharif who had come to Delhi for the swearing-in of the Prime Minister, it was decided that the two Foreign Secretaries will meet in Islamabad on August 25.    

Modi will hold bilateral talks with US President Barack Obama on September 30 apart from addressing the UN General Assembly in New York.

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