Pakistan is hosting a 14-nation ministerial-level conference on December 8 to discuss regional cooperation on Afghanistan. Swaraj has been invited but New Delhi has so far given no indication whether she will attend.
However, informed sources said here that prospects of the Indian minister's visit were 'fairly bright' but a final decision was likely to be announced by tomorrow.
After the cabinet meeting, Swaraj had stayed back and held discussions with Prime Minister Narendra Modi for nearly 20 minutes. When asked about her discussions with PM Modi, she told reporters that the foreign minister keep discussing issues with the Prime Minister.
"It is not final so far," she said replying to a specific question that whether she was travelling to Pakistan next week.
Swaraj's possible visit may also indicate breaking of impasse created in Indo-Pak ties after the cancellation of a meeting between the NSAs of the two countries in August amid mutual blame game.

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