Islamabad: Advisor on Foreign Affairs Sartaj Aziz has said that both India and Pakistan have agreed to convert confrontation into cooperation to resolve all outstanding issues and bring peace to the region.
Addressing a news conference here Wednesday, he said both the prime ministers had wide ranging talks in New Delhi and discussed all contentious issues.
Sartaj Aziz said Pakistan has a clear stance on Kashmir as without its resolution the objective of long-lasting peace could not be achieved.
He said that Prime Minister stressed the need for moving forward in the dialogue process in the light of the Lahore Declaration, and work to resolve all outstanding issues including Kashmir.
The Advisor said it was agreed in the meeting that all issues could be resolved through dialogue and foreign secretaries of both the countries will resume their talks to move forward the peace process.
He said issues including Mumbai attacks and Samjhota Express incidents were discussed in the meeting besides confidence building and enhancing trade between the two countries.
He said both the sides agreed to work together for rooting out the menace of terrorism.
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