Pakistan’s government is meeting to consider resuming trade with India, in the latest sign that tensions are easing between the two nations. The nuclear-armed neighbours surprised the world last month with a rare joint commitment to respect a 2003 ceasefire agreement along a disputed border that has seen three wars and regular gunfire. The India-Pakistan ceasefire marked a milestone in secret talks brokered by the United Arab Emirates.
SOURCE: STRAIT TIMES
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