New Delhi, Dec 26 (ANI): India and Pakistan reviewed the Confidence Building Measures (CBMs) during the talks between the senior officials of the two sides in Islamabad today.
According to sources, the officials of the two nations reviewed a wide range of CBMs during the meeting that was held to carry forward the bilateral peace process between the two Asian neighbours.
The officials of the two nations are also expected to focus on implementing the cross-Kashmir trade during the two-day talks.
It may be recalled here that implementing the cross-Kashmir trade and travel CBMs were unveiled during the talks between the Foreign Ministers in July.
The two countries are also expected to discuss an agreement for removing weapons along the Line of Control (LoC) and exchange notes on their war doctrines.
According to reports, issues relating to nuclear security and missile tests will also be discussed between the two nations on Tuesday.
This happens to be the first formal engagement since the Prime Ministers of the two countries met in Maldives on the sidelines of the SAARC Summit. (ANI)