Indo-Pak talks to pave way for structured dialogue: Gilani
REZAUL H LASKAR
Islamabad, July 13: Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani today said he was hopeful that the meeting between the Foreign Ministers of Pakistan and India will pave the way for “progress of structured dialogue”.
Gilani made the remarks during a meeting with Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi, who called on the premier to brief him about the forthcoming meetings with Indian External Affairs Minister S M Krishna tomorrow and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton later this month.
“Pakistan is desirous of negotiated and peaceful resolution of all disputes with India,” Gilani said.
He expressed confidence that the meeting between the Foreign Ministers of the two countries “would be fruitful and will pave the way for progress of structured dialogue”.
“The willingness to resume the stalled dialogue presents a win-win situation for both countries as peace and stability is the only way forward for the progress and prosperity of the entire region,” Gilani said. In a separate meeting with leaders of the Pakistan People’s Party from Pakistan-administered Kashmir, Gilani said the country is committed to the cause of the Kashmiri people’s right of self-determination.
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