Jul 11, 2015

TIMES NOW - Security forces still skeptical of Pakistan's intent on ceasefire

The DGMO-level talks as a follow-up to the Modi-Sharif meet will strive to strengthen border de-escalatory mechanisms but the security forces are not so sure the Pakistan Army-ISI combine will actually take concrete steps to ensure the "sanctity" of the ceasefire as well as dismantle the terror infrastructure operating across the border.     "The DGMO talks will have to translate into concrete...

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