Washington- Pakistan says it desires to pursue an uninterrupted peace process with India to resolve all outstanding issues including Kashmir through dialogue.
Speaking in Washington, Pakistan's ambassador to the United States, Jalil Abbas Jilani called for addressing causes of all outstanding disputes and not just symptoms. He emphasized that 'settlement of disputes in accordance with international legality will establish permanent peace' in the region. The Ambassador said there is broad consensus in Pakistan to promote regional cooperation.
The ambassador’s remarks referred to the Jammu and Kashmir dispute and other issues including Siachen, Sir Creek and water disputes that were part of the composite dialogue between the two countries. He underscored that need for addressing these issues peacefully through a political approach.