India and Pakistan have agreed to "de-escalate" military tensions in Kashmir.
The BBC reports their chiefs of operations along the Line of Control reached agreement in a phone call lasting 10 minutes on Wednesday.
Pakistan earlier accused the Indian army of killing a Pakistani soldier on Tuesday night.
India has denied the accusation.
Two Indian soldiers and two Pakistani soldiers died in separate incidents last week.
A ceasefire has been in place along on the Line of Control since 2003.
Both sides deny provoking the clashes.