NEW DELHI – Indian Minister for External Affairs SM Krishna has confirmed that he will visit Pakistan in the third week of July on a three-day trip. The visit will see Krishna meeting his counterpart Hina Rabbani Khar, during which the two sides will review all outstanding issues. He will also call on the president and the prime minister, reported Times of India.“I will visit Islamabad in the third week of July for three days during which the two sides will discuss all issues,’’ Krishna told TOI. The most probable dates for the visit are July 20, 21 and 22. This is the first confirmation of Krishna’s schedule for his visit to Pakistan.It is learnt that the Indian side will put issues related to terrorism on top of the agenda.An agreement for a liberalized visa regime for certified businessmen is likely to be signed on May 24-25 when the home/interior secretaries meet.