Breakthrough India-Pak ties

UFA, RUSSIA: Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi and Pakistan premier Nawaz Sharif had a meeting between their National Security Advisors to tackle terrorism and big breakthrough were announced after the meeting today.
Narendra Modi has accepted an invite to travel Pakistan next year to attend the regional SAARC Summit.
The meeting was long rather than what they expected, it was ended with the hand shake of I President and Premier.
Today’s joint statement said that top army commanders of the Pakistani Rangers and India’s Border Security Force will meet in person in an attempt to de-escalate the tension along the Jammu and Kashmir border.
Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said after the meeting that he was happy after talking to President Narendra Modi.
The two leaders also jointly condemned terrorism, and agreed on a slew of measures to increase dialogues, including increasing religious tourism, freeing captured fishermen, and talks at DG BSF, and DGMO (Directorate General of Military Operations) as well as meeting between national security advisers of both countries.