The Commerce Ministers of Pakistan and India will reportedly meet in New Delhi next month, after a gap of over three years, to discuss issues related to trade expansion and proposals to remove non-tariff barriers that hinder smooth trade between the two countries. According to sources, the decision was taken after Indian Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma sent a formal invitation to his Pakistani counterpart Makhdoom Amin Fahim to discuss several important issues. "Yes, we have received a formal invitation from the Indian commerce minister. He has invited Pakistani commerce minister to visit India to discuss several trade-related issues," a local newspaper quoted a source in the Commerce Ministry, as saying.