The ceasefire decision, which will take effect from midnight on Wednesday, was made at a meeting between the directors of military operations in both countries.
New Delhi: According to a joint statement on Thursday, India and Pakistan have agreed to adhere to all agreements on a ceasefire along the Line of Control (LoC) and other sectors.
The ceasefire decision, which will take effect on Wednesday midnight, was made at a meeting between the Director of Military Operations (DGMO) in India and Pakistan.
DGMO discussed the established mechanism of hotline contact and reviewed the situation along the line of control and all other sectors in a “free, candid and heartfelt atmosphere”.
“In order to achieve mutually beneficial and sustainable peace along the border, the two DGMOs have agreed to address each other’s major problems and concerns that tend to disrupt peace and lead to violence. Both sides have agreed on all agreements and strict adherence to understanding. The joint statement will stop firing along the line of control and all other sectors from midnight on February 24/25. “
Both sides added that the existing mechanisms of hotline contact and border flag conferences were repeatedly used to resolve unforeseen circumstances and misunderstandings.
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India and Pakistan agree to comply with all agreements on ceasefire along LoC and other sectors
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