LONDON - Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani, who arrived in London from Germany on Wednesday on a two-day state visit to Britain, said his visit to Berlin and Frankfurt was very fruitful, as he had meetings with the German leaders including President Horst Koehler and Chancellor Angela Merkel. Talking to The Nation and Nawa-i-Waqt in the Royal Suite of Heathrow Airport, Premier Gilani said he had made it clear on German leaders that Pakistan, being a frontline state in the war on terror and had sacrificed more than any other country. Answering a question about UK Premier Garden Browns insisting on Pakistan to 'do more in spite of all the sacrifices rendered by Pakistan in the war on terror against Al-Qaeda, PM Gilani said he would convey his reservations on the matter during his meeting with his British counterpart today (Thursday). None should have any doubt about the role of Pakistan in the war on terror, he added. Earlier, when Gilani accompanied by his wife Fauzia Gilani landed at the Heathrow Airport on Wednesday, he was received by Pakistani Ambassador to Britain Wajid Shamsul Hasan and his wife Zarina Wajid, Prime Ministers son Qasim Gilani, his cousin Haider Gilani and Peoples Youth Organisation UK President Shahzad Kazmi. The UK government was represented by Andrew Patrick, the head of Asia Department in the Foreign Office. VIP Suite at the Heathrow Airport was put under tight security while armed personnel of the London police kept patrolling the runaway. The visiting Prime Minister was shifted to Churchill Hotel under strict security cover. His motorcade included six armed motorcyclists and eight security vehicles. Gilani was given unprecedented security. Prime Minister Gilani had meetings with different delegations after reaching Churchill Hotel. Gilani PM is also scheduled to meet Brown at 10 Downing Street, after which both the premiers would address a joint Press conference. The PM will also meet British Foreign Minister David Miliband at his hotel. This will be followed by his meeting with PPP Chairman Bilawal Bhutto Zardari. Agencies add: Addressing the Pakistani community in London, Prime Minister Gilani reiterated that Pakistan wished good neighbourly ties with India and to resume process of talks because wars were no solution to the problems. He said Islamabad wanted settlement of all the outstanding problems, including Kashmir Siachen and Sir Creek, through meaningful dialogue with New Delhi. He said peace and tranquillity in the region could not materialise unless the linger dispute of Kashmir was resolved peacefully and amicably through negotiations. Indias refusal to restart negotiations would encourage terrorists, he stated. He, however, hoped that comprehensive dialogue with India would resume soon. The Premier said former Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan chief Baitullah Mehsud had assassinated PPP Chairperson Benazir Bhutto and he had finally met his fate. The Premier said Baitullah Mehsud had assassinated PPP Chairperson Benazir Bhutto. Ignorance and poverty are the root causes of terrorism, he added. After assuming power, he said, they had to make unpopular decisions. On terrorism, Gilani said Pakistan was a strategic partner in the war on terror which could not be won without our cooperation. We want trade not aid from the international community, he added. The PPP wanted parliament to be a sovereign entity, he said, adding we are committed to restore the 1973 Constitution. Today, no political leader is in prison. Earlier addressing the Pakistani community in Frankfurt, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said power-sharing was not an issue between him and President Asif Ali Zardari and we both are sincere to rectify the Constitution. He said the PPP had given the Constitution of 1973 to the country and after fall of East Pakistan, the country was intact due to it. He said the democratic government of PPP was committed to pledges it made on issues of 17th Amendment and 58(2)b and to Charter of Democracy as well. He said the government would fulfil all its pledges, saying that Rs6,000 salary was fixed for labourers, dismissed employees were restored to their services and Benazir Income Support Programme was also introduced by the democratic government to empower women. He said the Council of Common Interest had been formed while the nation would hear good news on National Finance Commission (NFC), saying that in the past signatures were taken from governors unconstitutionally on NFC. Denouncing the menace of terrorism, PM Gilani said the law and order was the main issue of the country and countrys development depended on the security situation. He said the government had taken all political forces on board before taking any decision on military operation and the nation was united on Malakand operation. He paid rich tribute to those who laid down their lives for the country. He said the government had given autonomy to Gilgit-Baltistan and political parties that had participated in previous elections took part in GB polls. About Balochistan Package, he said there was a great sense of deprivation among the people of the province and Aghaz-e-Haqooq Balochistan Package had been presented by the government to remove it. He said the government would establish the democratic culture by ending policy adopted in dictatorship, adding that the expectations of masses would be fulfilled. About economy, the Prime Minister said countrys economy was moving in the right direction, adding that the foreign reservoirs increased from $6b to $14.7b. He urged overseas Pakistanis to invest in the country and play their due role for the development of country as Pakistan is facing huge challenges at present.