ISLAMABAD: Pakistan and India have mutually agreed to resolve matters related to the treatment of diplomats and diplomatic premises, in line with the 1992 Code of Conduct for treatment of Diplomatic/Consular personnel in India and Pakistan, the Foreign Office stated in a press release on Friday.

Earlier on March 15, Islamabad had summoned top diplomat in India back home for consultations after reports of harassment of Pakistani diplomatic staff in New Delhi.

Ministry spokesman Muhammad Faisal had stated that the decision was made after Pakistani officials and their families in New Delhi reported maltreatment, such as being chased by motorcyclists who wanted to photograph them.

The Foreign Office also summoned an Indian diplomat in Pakistan in protest.