Pak wants uninterrupted dialogue with India: Aziz

Pakistan today said it was committed to the composite dialogue with India and the process "must continue uninterrupted."

Islamabad, Jul 21: Pakistan today said it was
committed to the composite dialogue with India and the process
"must continue uninterrupted."

Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz said Pakistan is committed
to the process of composite dialogue with India and the
process must continue uninterrupted.

Pakistan wants a peaceful settlement of all
outstanding issues with India including Kashmir in line with the wishes
and aspirations of the people of Kashmir to ensure
sustainable peace in the region, he told the outgoing Prime
Minister of Pakistan occupied Kashmir Sikandar Hayat Khan.

He also said government was making an all out efforts
for the early rebuilding and rehabilitation of the earthquake
affected areas, according to an official release.

The government was determined to transform this
adversity into opportunity by providing better facilities to
the people than what they had before October earthquake, the
release quoted him as saying.

-Bureau Report

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