Nusa Dua/Bali: Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar has told reporters that she expected positive results from a meeting with her Indian counterpart SM Krishna next week.
“India is serious in composite dialogue process. And, my expectation is to have positive development in our relationship with India,” the Daily Times quoted Khar as telling a private news channel on the sidelines of an Asian security conference here.
She said Pakistan was pro-actively engaging with neighbouring countries, particularly Afghanistan and India, to achieve sustainable peace and stability in the region.
She said the priority of her government in the conference with India was to set a future direction in the bilateral relationship.
Earlier, speaking at the 18th ASEAN Regional Forum meeting, Hina urged the international community to recognise Pakistan’s sacrifices in the fight against terrorism.
She said that Pakistan was making its contribution towards peace and stability in the region, adding the country supported early return of peace and stability in Afghanistan.