The foreign ministers of Pakistan and India signalled their determination to press ahead with peace talks by signing a major new bilateral nuclear agreement yesterday, despite the terrorist train bombing that killed 68 people on Monday.
The agreement is aimed at “reducing the risk from accidents relating to nuclear weapons”, and was signed by the visiting Pakistani Foreign Minister Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri and his Indian counterpart, Pranab Mukherjee, in New Delhi last night.In another development that signals improving relations, the two also signed a visa agreement that liberalises the border regime established more than 30 years ago, which has made travel between the two countries extremely difficult.

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