Even as the diplomatic staffers in both India and Pakistan complained of harassment, the situation appears now to be improving as the two countries may have reached a rapprochement.
This is clear from the fact that the Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Ajay Bisaria called on Pakistani National Security Advisor (NSA) Nasser Khan Janjua.
Both sides claimed that the meeting was constructive.
It is said that the Indian High Commissioner sensitized the Pak NSA on issues of India’s concern and also on improving the bilateral relationship.”
On the other hand Pakistan’s Foreign Ministry claimed through a press release that the talks revolved around the topic of Kashmir.
It said that the NSA Janjua expressed serious concerns over the ongoing situation in Kashmir.
The statement also read that the both sides agreed to explore the possibilities of more cooperation and improving bilateral relations to ultimately take it towards comprehensive process of dialogue.
The Indian envoy was in constant touch at all diplomatic and political levels to bring to an end the tension that arose between the two nations over the ill treatment of diplomats in both the countries.
The matter was resolved on March 30 under the 1992 Code of Conduct (CoC) for the treatment of diplomatic/ consular personnel in India and Pakistan.>