Director General of Military Operation (DGsMO) of Pakistan and Indian army met on Thursday (today) to mull over issues pertaining to border situation between the two countries.
According to Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR), DGsMO from Pakistan Army and Indian Army met and apprised each other of their respective concerns regarding maintaining peace between the two nuclear armed neighbors.
“In the interest of achieving mutually beneficial and sustainable peace, the two DGsMO agreed to address each other’s core issues / concerns which have propensity to disturb peace and lead to violence,” read the official press-release issued by ISPR.
As per details, the two officers discussed more efficient and effective use of the established ‘hotline’ between the two countries as a way of preventing any armed conflict.
Both sides reviewed the security situation in various areas along Line of Control (LoC), Working Boundary (WB) and Pak-India border areas.
Furthermore, both DGsMO reiterated their commitment towards adhering to the bilateral 2003 Ceasefire agreement signed between the two countries aimed at preventing cross-border shelling and firing.
Meanwhile, the two countries have also agreed to utilize existing mechanism of holding flag meetings between the representatives of two armies in case of any misunderstanding or concerning ‘situation’.