Islamabad: Pakistan's national security adviser said today that a formal response to the proposed meeting with his Indian counterpart would be issued after completion of consultation on the agenda of the meeting.
Sartaj Aziz stated this while talking to the media about Pakistan's response to the Indian proposal for the meeting of national security advisers in New Delhi on August 23.
"We are preparing its agenda for the meeting and consultations for that are underway. Once the agenda has been finalised, it would be shared with India," he said.
He criticised India for jumping to guns and blaming Pakistan for "all terrorist attacks" without carrying out investigations.
Aziz said this issue will be taken up in the meeting. He said India levels allegations against Pakistan without having any solid evidence.
He also expressed the desire to resolve all issues with India through dialogue. He said he would raise the issue of alleged "Indian interference" in Pakistan with his Indian counterpart.
Aziz rejected the impression that Pakistan still maintains a distinction between good and bad terrorists and said that military operation was going on against all militants.
"Pakistan condemns terrorism in all its forms and manifestations," he said.