Islamabad: Pakistan on Friday highlighted the
need for continuation of dialogue process with India, saying
it was an "encouraging sign" that the parleys are helping
develop better understanding of each other`s point of view on
all issues, including Jammu and Kashmir.
"The continuation of dialogue process with India will
help both the countries to improve environment as well as
facilitate discussions on all issues of concern between them,"
Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said.
He made the comments during a meeting with Foreign
Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, who called on him to brief him on
her visit to India for talks with her counterpart S M Krishna.
The Prime Minister said that it is an encouraging sign
that talks between the two countries are helping develop
better understanding of each other`s point of view on all
issues, including Jammu and Kashmir, according to a press
release from Gilani`s office.
The statement said Gilani was "also pleased to learn
that the Indian Prime Minister would be visiting Pakistan at
his earliest convenience."
In a separate statement, President Asif Ali Zardari
welcomed the commitment of the Foreign Ministers of India and
Pakistan "to work together in seeking early and amicable
solutions to all issues between the two countries".
The President expressed satisfaction over the progress
made during the visit of Khar to India.