New Delhi, Apr 11 (ANI): India and Pakistan have reportedly planned to finalise an agreement under which traders of both nations would be issued multiple-entry visas.
According to Pakistan's High commissioner in New Delhi, Shahid Malik, President Asif Ali Zardari had reached an understanding with Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh on his recent visit to India, and both have decided to finalise an agreement on the visa issuance issue very soon.
Malik's remarks came while addressing a delegation of Pakistani traders at a function held in their honour, The Dawn reports.
Malik also said that after the accord is finalised, a one-year non-reporting multiple visa would be issued to those traders who would have had their credentials verified by FICCI in India and the Federation of Pakistan Chambers of Commerce and Industry (FPCCI) in Pakistan. (ANI)
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