Pakistan, India have to honour bilateral deals: Raghavan

ISLAMABAD: Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Tuesday said that Pakistan and India had to honour bilateral agreements.
Talking to newsmen here at an Iftan dinner he hosted, the Indian High Commissioner said in the present circumstances, there is no relevance of United Nations Military Observers Group for India and Pakistan and both the countries should honour and respect the bilateral agreements.
He said if the two countries could not honour the bilateral agreements, then no other institution could be helpful in this regard. The Indian High Commissioner while responding to a question about asking the UNMOGIP in New Delhi to vacate the premises, said that it was a rented place and they had been asked to vacate it. Expressing concern on cross border firing at Sialkot Working Boundry, the Indian High Commissioner alleged there had been many incidents of unprovoked and unfotunate incidents from Pakistan side and added that beside civilian, one Indian Army soldier was also been killed in these firing incidents.
He said there was very calm situation following the meeting of Director General Military Operations but the situation had been again disturbed. He said the decisions of the DGMOs should be honoured.
The Indian High Commissioner while replying to another question about promoting sports between the two countries said Indian High Commission always encouraged the promotion of sports between the two countries and always issued visa to the players belong to any game. Replying to a question about helping the meetings of Indian journalist Vadik with Hafiz Saeed, he said the Indian High Commission did not know who arranged this meeting but it indicated the seriousness of the Mumbai attack incident. 

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