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(war) a reduction in intensity (of a crisis or a war)

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We should be calling for an immediate restoration of communication; respect for human rights, democratic norms, and religious freedom; and de-escalation in Kashmir.
He added that the de-escalation zone of Idleb should not be a resort for terrorists, and many procedures have to be taken to remove terrorist cells in Idleb and other regions in Syria.
Turkey and Russia agreed last September to turn Idlib into a de-escalation zone where acts of aggression are expressly prohibited.
In September last year, Turkey and Russia agreed on a ceasefire on Idlib, where the two sides agreed that the province would act as a de-escalation zone and promised to refrain from staging acts of aggression in the demarcated area.
"According to information available at this point groups of militants under the command of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham have been building up strength near Latamna and Kafr-Zita in the South of the de-escalation zone Idlib over the past few days.
De-escalation strategies should be employed as the first line of defense when experiencing aggression and/or potential violence in the health care workplace.
The US role for de-escalation in the region was laudable, he added.
The Foreign Secretary briefed State Minister Markos TekleRike on the regional situation and Pakistan's overture for peace and de-escalation of tensions in the region.
Amir appreciated Pakistan's gesture of releasing the Indian POW and underscored the importance of immediate de-escalation. He offered his facilitation in this regard,' the spokesperson tweeted.
They discussed how the tensions could be contained and what steps were needed to be taken for de-escalation at a roundtable on 'Escalation Management and Control between India and Pakistan', organised by the Islamabad Policy Institute (IPI), an Islamabad-based think tank.
However, unfortunately, it was being used by the Indian leadership to divert the world's attention from the Kashmir issue and bolstering BJP's re-election prospects, the general said.The former defence secretary, while speaking about the current escalation, said a state had to plan for both escalation and de-escalation, and poor planning for any of the two scenarios could lead to war.
Earlier, while speaking to Geo News Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said Pakistan would be willing to consider returning the Indian pilot if it led to de-escalation.
Background: Antimicrobial de-escalation refers to starting the antimicrobial treatment with broad-spectrum antibiotics, followed by narrowing the drug spectrum according to culture results.
In April, the presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey - the three guarantor states of de-escalation zones in Syria - held a meeting in Ankara to discuss ways for peaceful settlement of the crisis in Syria.