A bus carrying 39 Indian passengers arrived in the Pakistani city of Lahore from Amritsar on Tuesday after the two countries opened the first road link between the two sides of Punjab in an effort to enhance people-to-people contact.
Pakistan's Punjab province Tourism Minister Mian Aslam Iqbal, along with dozens of locals, welcomed the passengers at the Wagah border crossing.
Expressing his delight at the arrival of the Indian passengers, Iqbal said his country will do everything it could to make them comfortable.
This is the third road link between the two countries after the Delhi-Lahore and Srinagar-Muzaffarabad bus services.
Earlier, Indian Punjab's Deputy Chief Minister Rajinder Kaur Bhattal flagged off the bus from Amritsar.