The Pakistani and Indian sides agreed to report the progress made during the current round of talks to their respective foreign secretaries. -File Photo

ISLAMABAD: The Sixth Round of Expert Level Talks on conventional Confidence Building Measures (CBMs) between India and Pakistan was held in New Delhi on Thursday, according to a press release from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

The two sides reviewed the implementation of existing CBMs, including the ceasefire along the LoC, exchanged ideas to further advance the CBM process and reaffirmed their commitment to continue discussions with the aim of strengthening conventional CBMs, said the press release.

The two sides also agreed to report the progress made during the current round of talks to their respective foreign secretaries.

The talks were held in accordance to an agreement between the foreign ministers of India and Pakistan during their meeting on September 8, 2012 in Islamabad.

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