Indo Pak Cease Agreement Date

In these circumstances, the Secretary-General proposed that the Security Council could take a number of measures: first, it could, in accordance with Article 40 of the UN Charter, order the two governments to refrain from further military action; Secondly, it could consider the support it could provide to ensure compliance with the ceasefire and the withdrawal by both sides of all military personnel; Thirdly, it could invite the two heads of government to meet in a friendly country to discuss the situation and the problems underlying it, as a first step towards resolving the outstanding differences between their two countries. In early 1965, relations between India and Pakistan were again strained due to their contradictory claims to the Rann of Kutch, at the southern end of the international border.