Pakistan, India agree to reduce tension on LoC



Pakistan and India agreed on Tuesday to reduce prevailing tension along the Line of Control (LoC) and Working Boundary that claimed scores of lives on both sides of the border.

Talking to media after the meeting, Indian foreign Secretary S. Jaishankar stated that the meeting was ‘constructive and positive’ with an emphasis on reducing tension on border.

“We agreed to work together, find common grounds and narrow differences” he told newsmen.

Jaishankar demanded that the Pakistani government take Mumbai attacks to its logical conclusion, according to sources.

Speaking after the talks, Mr. Jaishankar said that he and Mr. Chaudhry had discussed bilateral relations apart from the SAARC summit to be held in Pakistan next year.

Mr. Jaishankar has already visited Thimphu and Dhaka, and would fly to Kabul on Wednesday.


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