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Lahore Agreement Between India And Pakistan

The inviolability of the line of control in Jammu and Kashmir, which is an extremely important CBM between India and Pakistan and is the key to lasting peace, is maintained. The Treaty of Lahore was one of the most important and historic treaties in India and Pakistan to normalize relations in order to reduce military tensions in South Asia. In 1972, the Treaty of Shimla was signed to establish peaceful relations after the 1971 war, and the two nations committed to resolving bilateral disputes through peaceful dialogue and cooperation. In 1978, Pakistan proposed limiting the nuclear race between two countries and creating a nuclear-weapon-free zone (SANWFZ) in South Asia, for which negotiations were never initiated. They expressed satisfaction with the opening of a bus service between Lahore and New Delhi, the release of fishermen and civilian prisoners and the renewal of contacts in the field of sport. New Delhi, 23 July: Foreign Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar said in the Rajya Sabha that the shimla agreement and the Lahore Declaration form the basis for solving all the problems between India and Pakistan. Following the outbreak of hostilities in the summer of 1999 in the Kargil region of the disputed jammu and Kashmir area, the “Lahore Process” stopped and no further discussions took place between the two countries on the promotion of dialogue and the CBM launched in Lahor in February 1999. I want a relationship between Pakistan and India, free of tensions and based on mutual trust and trust.

If we succeed, there will be no limits to cooperation between our two countries. On 23 September 1998, they agreed that an environment of peace and security was in the supreme national interest of both parties and that the resolution of all outstanding issues, including Jammu and Kashmir, was essential to this end; In October, after a two-day meeting, the two countries issued the joint statement of Pakistan and India on 4 October. They recalled the results of previous discussions, which were expressed in the joint statements of 6 January 2004, 24 September 2004, 18 April 2005 and 14 September 2005. Ministers reiterated that options for a peaceful negotiated settlement of the Jammu and Kashmir issue should be considered in a sincere, focused and forward-looking manner, in order to decide not to obstruct the peace process through terrorism. The two sides agreed on further details on bus routes between New Delhi and Lahore and on issues of the return of prisoners. The two ministers welcomed the signing of an agreement on the prior notification of ballistic missile tests and a Memorandum of Understanding (Memorandum of Understanding) establishing a communication link between the Pakistan Maritime Supervisory Authority and the Indian Coast Guard.