Dialogue should remain uninterrupted: Pakistan
27 September, 2013
UNITED NATIONS: Pakistan said on Thursday that it believes in the policy of dialogue with India and the dialogue should remain uninterrupted.
Foreign Ministry Spokesman Aizaz Ahmed Chaudhry told reporters at a news briefing that the Pakistani and Indian prime ministers will discuss a whole range of issues in their September 29 meeting, which is aimed at reducing tensions and resumption of peace process.
The two countries have confirmed the meeting between prime ministers Nawaz Sharif and Manmohan Singh on the margins of the UN General Assembly.
Responding to a question, Chaudhry said, "All issues (between the two countries) are important" and would be discussed. He noted that terrorism is as much an issue of concern to Pakistan as it is to India. He said terrorism could be tackled effectively if the two countries work together.
The meeting, he hoped, would serve to set guidelines for resuming peace process. "We hope composite dialogue process would be resumed."