India-Pakistan initiatives, agreement on maintaining peace on the border



On Tuesday, peace talks were held on the hotline of the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) of India and Pakistan.

For the last few days on the Jammu-Kashmir border, Pakistan is constantly violating the seizure. Indian soldiers are also firing continuously in retaliation. There was also the considerable loss in both India and Pakistan during the firing. On Tuesday, peace talks were held on the hotline of the Director General of Military Operations (DGMO) of India and Pakistan. In this conversation, the two countries agreed to fully accept the peace agreements in 2003. At the same time both the countries agreed to not violate the siege fire. If either of the two countries breaks the siege fire then the hotline will be negotiated first then any decision will be taken.



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A Twitter tweet has been made from the Army’s official Twitter handle. Than army told that the two officials discussed the hotline at 6 o’clock in the hotline. During this, reviewing the current situation on LOC and international border in Jammu and Kashmir.




According to the statement of Media Wing Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) of Pakistan Army, ‘Both DGMO reviewed the situation on the LoC. It was agreed to implement the measures to improve the existing conditions on the border with integrity. The ISPR said that it has agreed to fully implement the 2003 ceasefire agreement. Both sides will now ensure that the ceasefire agreement is not violated. Both the officers were ready to take any action on the hotline or at the local commander level, through a flag meeting.



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Talks between Coast Guard forces on Monday

The talks between the Coast Guard of India and Pakistan on the seafront were held on Monday. There was a special discussion on border violation of fishermen. It is agreed that the DG of the forces related to the maritime border of the two countries will now be connected to the hotline. Fishermen from both countries often reach the border of other countries while fishing in the sea. Often they are arrested and later released under the agreement.

By:- Abhay kushwaha


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