NEW DEHLI (INP) - Indian Vice President Hamid Ansari has said that there is no need for a third-party meditation between India and Pakistan over bilateral issues. We can talk to Pakistan in five different languages. So, there is no need for anyone in the world to play a role, said Ansari while speaking to the media. The long-strained relations between the two countries started to improve recently as talks, halted after the Mumbai 2008 incident, resumed this year. On Friday, both countries finalised the draft of new Bilateral Visa Agreement to ease travel for nationals of either country desiring to visit the other. Pakistan, in principle, also decided to grant Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India which provides trade equality by ensuring that an importing country will not discriminate against another countrys goods in favour of those from a third. The trade ministers of both countries also announced that trade between the two countries would soon reach $6 billion a year, more than double the current amount. India also dropped its objections to the European Union importing duty-free goods from Pakistan.