After 14 years, a handshake

RAWALPINDI, Dec 24: After 14 years, the directors general military operations of Pakistan and India held a meeting at Wagah in Lahore on Tuesday. Director General Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR) Maj Gen Asim Saleem Bajwa Tuesday said that meeting between Director Generals Military Operations (DGMOs) of Pakistan Army and Indian Army was held in a cordial atmosphere and remained positive. dgmosDGMO Pakistan Army Major General Aamer Riaz and his Indian counterpart, Lieutenant General Vinod Bhatia met at Wagha Border towards Pakistan side in the context of situation along Line of Control (LoC) and Working Boundary, he said while talking to mediapersons. Pakistan Army DGMOs was assisted by two Brigadiers and two colonels while Indian DGMO was assisted by two Bridagier and three colonels. He said both the sides discussed to further reinforce the ceasefire agreement concluded between Pakistan and India in 2003 to reduce tensions along the LOC and Working boundary. The DGMO of Pakistan Army had extended invitation to the DGMO of Indian Army for this meeting. Earlier, Major General Aamer Riaz welcomed the Indian delegation led by Lieutenant General Vinod Bhatia at Wagha Border. The Indian delegation left for New Delhi after the talks.]]>

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