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Srinagar, Aug 6 (Reuters) India and Pakistan agreed on a “peace process” that will end the conflict in the disputed Himalayan territory of Kashmir, a senior Indian official said on Friday, amid rising tensions between the two neighbours.
India, a Muslim-majority country that claims Kashmir, said in a statement that it will continue to monitor the ceasefire, which began on Thursday after months of fighting.
The ceasefire is the first between the neighbours since a ceasefire broke down in April 2016, a conflict that has killed hundreds of people and displaced millions.
It was triggered by a deadly bombing of a security force camp in July 2016, which killed more than 200 people, including civilians.
India and Pakistan maintain a border dispute that has claimed the lives of more than 1,000 people and left more than 300,000 homeless.