ISLAMABAD: Pakistan is firm to follow the four-points initiative presented by the Prime Minister during the UN General Assembly as a way forward for lessening tension and solving the major disputes between Pakistan and India.
While briefing media in Islamabad on Thursday, Foreign Office Spokesman Qazi Khalilullah said Pakistan has never been reluctant in holding talks with New Delhi.
“We have insisted for negotiations on all issues including the core dispute of Jammu & Kashmir,” said Qazi.
He expressed that Pakistan is set for dialogues with India but pre-conditions are not acceptable.
On a question, the spokesperson said the objective of handling over dossiers to the UN Secretary General was to inform him with evidence that India is involved in stirring up terrorism in Pakistan.
He said that Pakistan will continue to inform the United Nations regarding its concerns over Indian involvement in the future as well.
Earlier, couple of days ago, PM Nawaz had presented a four-point agenda for India to follow in order to hold talks on outstanding issues with Pakistan, while Maleeha Lodhi had handed over dossier, containing testimony regarding Indian involvement in terrorist activities in Pakistan, to UN Secretary General during the session.