Modi-Sharif to enter new bilateral grounds at SCO

Ufa, July 9: Indian Prime Minister and Pakistani Prime Minister are scheduled to meet on Friday at the SCO (Shanghai Cooperation Organisation) Summit at Ufa. The leaders are expected to discuss bilateral relations during the meeting.

The two countries are also scheduled to sign five agreements that will improve the trade and business between the two, enabling a smooth peacekeeping process.

Narendra Modi-Nawaz Sharif

While setting up Indian and Pakistani banks in each other's countries will form one of the agreements, three year multiple entry visas is also likely to be given to Pakistani businessmen. Apart from that bus travellers on Srinagar-Muzaffarabad route and Delhi-Lahore route will also be accorded multiple entry visas.

Modi and Sharif had last met in Kathmandu in November during the SAARC Summit though they did not have any talks. However, cold waves post Modi's Bangladesh visits (where the Pakistani and Indian premiers exchanged sharp comments) gave way to ties during Ramzan when Modi called Sharif to convey his wishes for the occasion and declare the release of Pakistani fishermen.

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