ISLAMABAD " Chief of the Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani on Wednesday held separate meetings with President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani and briefed them about the security situation in the region. Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi was present in the Army Chief's meeting with the Prime Minister. In the meeting with the Premier, General Kayani discussed with him the prevailing situation in the region following Mumbai terror attacks and other important issues. Online adds: Welcoming Indian constructive response to defuse tension in the region, President Asif Ali Zardari and Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in their meetings with the Army Chief made it clear that country's soil would not be allowed to be used against any terrorist activity. Sources say that during the meeting, the President and the Army Chief assured their full confidence over positive and constructive steps taken by India to ease out tension between the two countries. No one will be allowed to use Pakistani soil for nefarious designs, President and Army Chief pointed out. Sources say that President was of the view that Pakistan is a peace loving country and wants to revive relations with all countries including India. All disputes must be settled in an amicable manner with India, he said. War is no solution to any problem, the President said during the meeting. He said Pakistan itself is a victim of terrorism and the entire world clearly recognizes it by now. He called upon the world community to assert pressure on India to cooperate with Pakistan and to ease tensions rather than augment it. Sources say that President once again made it clear that Pakistan's offer to cooperate in Mumbai attacks investigations is still intact. President also lauded the prudent steps taken by Pakistan Army, besides appreciating the operational capabilities and preparations of Armed Forces. Meanwhile, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani also met COAS Gen Kayani at the PM House. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi was also present on the occasion. During the meeting Prime Minister said, "No one would be allowed to use our land for terrorist activities at any cost." Pakistan wants peace in South Asia, he said. Regarding Mumbai terrorist attacks, PM asked India to stop blame game, adding that if India has substantial evidence then she must share it with us. "Pakistan wants to solve all issues peacefully with India," PM said. Prime Minister highly acclaimed the services of Pakistan Army. He expressed satisfaction over Pak Army preparations and overwhelming capabilities. Foreign Minister was of the view that Pak-India relations are easing, stressing both countries want peaceful and durable relations with each other. Sources say that issues related to national security were also discussed during the meeting.