India should resolve issues through dialogue: Pakistani PM

13:56, June 08, 2010      

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Pakistani Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani called for a composite dialogue between Pakistan and India to resolve disputes including Jammu and Kashmir, water and terrorism issues, reported a local TV channel Geo on Tuesday.

The prime minister made the remark during a visit to a military college in Pakistan's southwest city of Quetta on Monday. He was quoted as saying to the military officers at the college "Pakistan seeks negotiated and peaceful resolution of all disputes with India."

He maintained that Indian leadership has also agreed to initiate composite dialogue on all controversial issues between the two countries.

"Pakistan wants peaceful relations with the neighboring countries including Afghanistan, Iran and India. India should sit with us to initiate dialogue to resolve all important issues including Jammu and Kashmir, water dispute and terrorism," Gilani said.

He said that Pakistan expects the U.S. to adopt non- discrimination in civil nuclear deal with Islamabad.

"We have concluded dialogue with the U.S. government on strategic issues," he said, adding Pakistan values long term strategic relations with the U.S.
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