India, Pakistan to make efforts for solving Line of Control situation

imgPakistan is very keen that trade across the Line of Control (LoC) takes place smoothly and summoned an Indian High Commission official on Tuesday essentially in an effort to resolve the deadlock said Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson Tasnim Aslam.

Responding to questions at the weekly media briefing on Thursday, Ms. Aslam said that a demarche was handed over to him on Tuesday raising concerns over the detention of a truck driver along with whom 48 others were also stopped on the other side.

On Wednesday the Indian High Commissioner met the Foreign Secretary and among other things, this was also discussed. Both sides are of the view that this issue should resolved at the earliest, she said. She clarified that the truck drivers from the Indian occupied Kashmir side had not been arrested. They were only stopped on this side and 49 Trucks from Azad Jammu and Kashmir detained on the other side.

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