| New Delhi |
Published: March 31, 2018 2:39 am
On Friday, India and Pakistan unanimously agreed, after nearly three weeks, to settle matters relating to the treatment of diplomats and diplomats by harassing and intimidating diplomats and their families.
In statements by both foreign ministries, they said, "India and Pakistan have agreed by consensus to resolve issues related to the treatment of diplomats and diplomats in line with 1992." Code of Conduct for the Treatment of Diplomatic / Consular Staff in India and Pakistan.
The Indian Express reported on March 27 that two weeks had passed into the Tit For a diplomatic debate, New Delhi and Islamabad had begun operating the telephones at a "higher official level." to stop incidents of harassment and intimidation of diplomats and their families.
This phase of tit-for- This was the worst phase since 2002-03, when similar incidents of harassment were reported by both sides.  Breakthrough came after weeks of talks between the two sides
Pakistan's Foreign Minister Tehmina Janjua was in contact with Indian High Commissioner in Islamabad Ajay Bisaria to stop incidents of harassment while Pakistani envoy Sohail Mahmood was in talks with the State Department A source said, "We speak (in the matter) … we are in contact (with each other)."
Sources said the decision was sic To "avenge" Pakistani diplomats was met in New Delhi by Pakistani security authorities. On the night of February 15 and February 16, 1964, the Pakistani authorities investigated their concern about the lack of security clearance of some workers in the construction site? ˅. After the "raid" of the Pakistani security authorities, the water and electricity connection to the complex was interrupted.
While the Indian side was addressing the issue with the Pakistani Foreign Ministry through diplomatic channels, Indian envoy Ajay Bisaria met senior officials in Pakistan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs on February 16 – South Block discussed the "quality of response". Sources said that New Delhi decided to "revenge" with "much greater force" to bring the message home to Pakistan's establishment. This has resulted in almost daily harassment and intimidation since 7 March, including with families of Pakistani diplomats.
In its 16th Note verbale to the Pakistan Ministry of Foreign Affairs on March 22, the Indian High Commission explicitly mentioned three incidents of harassment of high-ranking officials
Pakistan had claimed that since March 7, 26 harassment and intimidation of its citizens Diplomats, after which Islamabad recalled its High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood for discussions on the subject.
While Pakistani High Commissioner Sohail Mahmood was recalled for consultations in Islamabad, he returned on the eve of the Pakistani national holiday on March 23.
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