UNITED NATIONS - A team of the United Nations observers, which visited the Sialkot Working Boundary and the Line of Control in Kashmir to look into the Pakistani complaint about cross-border firing by Indian troops, has not yet sent its report to UN Headquarters in New York, a UN spokesman said Tuesday. "We don't have a report from UNMOGIP (United Nations Military Observers Group in India and Pakistan) to share," Associate Spokesman Farhan Haq told reporters at the regular noon briefing in New York.

He was responding to a question by a Pakistani correspondent who referred to the visit of UNMOGIP officials to the sites where Indian troops fired at civilians inside Pakistani territory and asked whether they had sent their report to UNHQ containing their findings. The spokesman said that UNMOGIP responds to requests from either party to investigate allegations of ceasefire violations, and they have done that. But he said that so far there was no report from them.