Islamabad, Apr 24 (ANI): Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani on Monday said that all issues with India, including the withdrawal of troops from Siachen and the Kashmir dispute, must be resolved through dialogue.
"I strongly believe that better sense will prevail on both sides and we will resolve these issues through dialogue," The Dawn quoted Gilani, as saying.
Gilani said that when he assumed office in 2008, Pakistan's relations with India, Afghanistan and Iran were strenuous. But he took the initiative in normalising relations, with India in particular.
Gilani met Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh at an international summit and stressed for pursuing a policy of dialogue, where it was agreed that issues like Kashmir, Sir Creek, Siachen, water disputes and terrorism, could be resolved through political will.
Gilani said the era of wars has come to an end and now solutions to existing problems should be determined by formulating efficient foreign policies. (ANI)
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