UNMOGIP’s headquarters are in Islamabad from November-April and in Srinagar from May-October every year.
The decision was taken during the Customs Liaison Border Committee meeting held between the customs officials of both nations in Pakistan last week.
Abdullah said the people of Jammu and Kashmir will be closely watching the developments.
Khurshid underlined the need to give further boost to bilateral trade ties in order to meet the requirements of the people of both Pakistan and India.
“Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has made positive statements and backed it up with some steps.”
There have been 196 ceasefire violations along the LoC in Jammu and Kashmir last year, the highest in last one decade.
In a warning to Pakistan, Army Chief Gen Bikram Singh Monday said India will respond in equal measure if Pakistan breaks any rules as he revealed that 10 Pakistani soldiers had been killed in a recent military action.
Country should know if India softened stand on J&K during back-channel talks.
Pakistan has committed ceasefire violations 195 times along the LoC so far this year.
Imran maintained that Kashmir still remains the “core issue” of dispute between India and Pakistan.
Imran said the future of India and Pakistan should be like that of the European Union.
Both India and Pakistan have a dialogue process and Siachen is part of that process.
Army officials said that they would not like to move out from the glacier as it holds strategic importance.
Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif termed Kashmir a flashpoint for another Indo-Pak war.
The Pak Prime Minister said he had a dream of seeing held-Kashmir free from the Indian occupation.