Kyiv: Indian and Pakistani officials are negotiating the opening of a visa-free border point for pilgrims.
This is reported by the Western media.
"Indian and Pakistani officials are meeting to discuss the opening of a visa-free border crossing," the report said.
The question of opening a visa-free border point is important primarily for pilgrims so that they can visit the Sikh shrine near the border between India and Pakistan.
We recall that the Minister of Internal Affairs of India Rajnath Singh said that in the past five years, India has dealt with three successful strikes against Pakistan.