ISLAMABAD - Pakistan and India on Friday agreed to launch a truck service across the Line of Control (LoC) in Kashmir as well as the commencement of trade between the divided parts of disputed territory. The agreement between the two neighbours was reached during the meeting of Pakistan-India Working Group on cross-LoC CBMs held here. Pakistan's delegation was headed by Aizaz Ahmad Chaudhry, Director General (South Asia & SAARC) while the Indian side was led by TCA Raghvan, Joint Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs. According to officials privy to talks, the two sides agreed on truck service and start of trade across the LoC after removing minor hurdles and sorting out technicalities. However, an official on condition of anonymity told TheNation that announcement on launching of the truck service and trade across LoC would be made after the forthcoming meeting between the two foreign secretaries. He said the neighbouring countries would now work out the final list of items to be traded between Pakistan Occupied Kashmir and Indian-held Valley. The official said the meeting also considered proposals to facilitate travel across the LoC  by opening more routes for the passenger bus services. Moreover, the two sides also discussed opening of meeting points on LoC for the divided families, he added. Pakistan and India have also been observing a ceasefire on LoC for the last four years but in recent months there have been occasional violations of the truce. The official said that the two sides also deliberated on proposals to avert violations of ceasefire in months and years to come. A joint statement issued after the meeting said the meeting was held in a cordial and constructive atmosphere. "The two sides discussed modalities for implementation of the decisions taken by the Ministerial meeting of 21 May 2008 on cross-LoC travel and trade," it said. According to statement, they also reviewed measures to ensure effective implementation of the existing cross-LoC measures. The Joint Secretary, Ministry of External Affairs, India also called on the Foreign Secretary, Salman Bashir here at the foreign office. The meeting of working group was earlier scheduled for July 10 but was postponed because the Indian diplomat Raghvan, who was to lead the delegation from New Delhi, flew to Afghan capital Kabul after the deadly suicide attack on the Indian embassy that killed at least 60 people. Pak-India secy-level talks from Monday APP NEW DELHI  - The issue of Kashmir and security will be on agenda when Foreign Secretaries of Pakistan and India will kick-start fifth round of Composite Dialogue on July 21 here. An official of Pakistan High Commission told APP Friday that Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir will arrive here on July 20 to hold meeting with his Indian counterpart Shivshankar Menon on 21. Additional Secretary (Asia and Pacific) and Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry, Director General (South Asia) will be part of the delegation. Salman Bashir will also hold a call-on meeting with LK Advani, leader of the opposition in Lok Sabha on the same day. He is also expected to call on External Affairs Minister Parnab Mukherjee. Earlier, both the countries completed fourth round of he Composite Dialogue last year and its review meeting was held when Indian Foreign Minister Parnab Mukherjee visited Islamabad in May this year.