Pakistan and Indian delegates on Saturday called for easy and liberalised visa process.
The delegates from both countries welcomed the beginning of the Track-II dialogue in Islamabad.
They said, easy visa process must be available for those seeking medical treatment, academicians, students, scholars and media groups.
Trade ties need a sharp boost to incentivise peace.
There is a strong feeling that enhanced connectivity between the two countries will create corridors of peace, said a statement.
Civil society delegates from diverse backgrounds held frank discussions focusing on better people-to-people ties, trade relations and security challenges.
Pakistan’s former high commissioner to India Aziz Ahmad Khan said Track-II dialogue can have an important role in improving relations.