The Lahore Declaration
(02-21-1999)
Posted by USIP Library on:
February 23 1999
Source Name:
Ministry of External Relations, Republic of India
Source URL:
http://www.meadev.gov.in/govt/lahore.htm
Additional Source Name:
Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Islamic Republic of Pakistan
Additional Source URL:
http://www.pak.gov.pk/govt/indiapak-talks.html#3
Date Downloaded:
February 22 1999

Agreement Between the Government of India and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan on Bilateral Relations (Simla Agreement)
(07-02-1972)
Posted by USIP Library on:
January 18, 2005
Source Name:
Web site of the Ministry of External Affairs, India
Source URL:
http://meaindia.nic.in/treatiesagreement/1972/chap463.htm
Date Downloaded:
January 14, 2005

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