ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan’s finance minister says his nation is lifting a two-year ban on the import of sugar and cotton from nuclear-rival neighboring India. It’s a serious transfer aimed toward reviving commerce ties with New Delhi amid easing of tensions. The event comes days after Pakistan and India exchanged peace overtures, saying they wished peaceable ties with one another. Pakistan suspended commerce with India in 2019 after New Delhi stripped the Indian-controlled part of the divided Himalayan area of Kashmir of its statehood and particular constitutional standing. Kashmir is cut up between Pakistan and India however claimed by each in its entirety.