India lifts ban on airspace while easing tensions with Pakistan

The Indian Air Force lifted temporary restrictions on all tracks in its airspace, imposed after tensions with Pakistan in February, where air raids were seen from both sides.

Friday's announcement is an important move that signals a reduction in tensions.

"Air restrictions on all routes in Indian airspace imposed by the Indian air force on February 27 have been fully lifted," the Indian Air Force said on its official Twitter account.

On Feb. 26, India launched air strikes against Pakistan in response to the Feb. 14 attack on the Pulwama district of India-controlled Kashmir, which was haunted by 40 members of the Indian security forces.

The terrorist group Jaysh Muhammad claimed responsibility for the attack, saying a suicide bomber detonated a car bomb targeting a convoy of security forces.

Pakistan also responded, and the two countries' air forces clashed in a few hours of fighting.

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