Pakistan resumes trade of life-saving medicines with India
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan has decided to resume the import of life-saving drugs from India to provide relief to the patients.
The National Security Committee formally suspended trade with New Delhi last month in ire of Indian brutalities in occupied Kashmir.
The Ministry of Commerce has issued a statutory regulatory order (SRO) in this regard.
Last month, diplomatic tensions escalated between Pakistan and India after occupied Kashmir was silenced through communication blackout imposed by the BJP-led government.
On August 5, the Indian government stripped the occupied Kashmir of its special status after abrogating the Article 370 of its constitution.
This move provoked the two neighboring countries to cut ties which also includes closure of Pakistan airspace to India.