The flag meeting at the level of brigade commanders between Pakistan and India reviewed the strategy for implementing the ceasefire on the Line of Control (LoC).
According to Inter-Service Public Relations (ISPR), Pak-India Brigade Commanders Level Flag Meeting Rawlakot. The tail was at the crossing point.
The statement said that the purpose of the border flag meeting was pure. The India DGMOs were to review the implementation of the consensus points for a ceasefire on the Line of Control.
It may be recalled that on February 25 this year, the Directors General of Military Operations (DGMOs) of Pakistan and India agreed to address each other’s fundamental issues and concerns, which lead to disturbance of peace and violence.
The two sides agreed to adhere strictly to all agreements, treaties and ceasefires on the LOC and all other sectors.
Both sides stressed that the existing hotline communication procedures and border flag meetings would be used to resolve any unforeseen situations and misunderstandings.
Later, on the occasion of Pakistan Day, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi in his congratulatory letter to Prime Minister Imran Khan expressed his desire for cordial relations with the people of Pakistan.
In his letter, Narendra Modi congratulated the people of Pakistan on Pakistan Day.
He also wished the Prime Minister and the people of Pakistan well in dealing with the Corona epidemic and described the virus as a difficult time for humanity.