Pak, India NSAs ‘agree to reduce tension’
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Pak, India NSAs ‘agree to reduce tension’

Pakistan and India have agreed to reduce tensions after their National Security Advisors spoke over phone, top Pakistani diplomat Sartaj Aziz said on Monday about the first such contact after the Uri attack and India's alleged surgical strikes across the Line of Control.

Pakistan and India have agreed to reduce tensions after their National Security Advisors spoke over phone, top Pakistani diplomat Sartaj Aziz said on Monday about the first such contact after the Uri attack and India's alleged surgical strikes across the Line of Control.

Aziz said a contact was established between India's NSA Ajit Doval and his Pakistani counterpart Nasir Janjua after recent tension between the two countries on the Line of Control (LoC). They agreed to reduce tensions on the LoC, Aziz said.

 "Pakistan wants to reduce tensions on LoC and focus on Kashmir," Geo News quoted him as saying.

He said that India wants to divert the world's attention from Kashmir by escalating tensions.

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