NEW DELHI: The Directors General Military Operations (DGMOs) of Pakistan and India on Tuesday talked over the phone covering all relevant issues including the ongoing ceasefire violations along the LoC and working boundary and agreed to hold flag meetings to defuse the situation.
According to reports, the talks were held around 12pm for about 10 minutes during which “all relevant issues” were raised, Indian army officials said.
“The two sides have agreed to hold flag meetings at field levels by both the army and the Border Security Force to defuse the situation,” the army officials said.
The DGMOs, Indian Army Lt Gen PR Kumar and Pakistan Army Major General Amir Riaz – discussed the border situation on the hotline which takes place every Tuesday.
Meanwhile, Indian Defence Minister Arun Jaitley will be meeting the three service chiefs to discuss LoC situation. There have been over 24 violations by India in August alone. Several civilians have been killed and wounded in unprovoked Indian firing on LoC in recent weeks.
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