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The Centre for Aerospace & Security Studies (CASS) organized an International Webinar on ‘India-Pakistan Ceasefire on LoC: What Next?’ on 3 June 2021. Speakers from Pakistan and India critically evaluated whether the 26 February 2021 Joint Statement issued by the Director Generals of Military Operations (DGMOs) of Pakistan and India was just another Confidence Building Measure (CBM) or could pave the way for a comprehensive dialogue on all security issues between the two countries. In the statement a ceasefire and an agreement to discuss core issues of concern was announced. Speakers hoped that backchannel talks would lead towards rapprochement. However, there was consensus that optimism was overshadowed by genuine scepticism due to various obstacles and roadblocks in the way of this process.

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