ISLAMABAD - Pakistan Thursday said it has been sincerely working with United States at several levels to resolve all the issues including finding an alternative to the drone attacks as both the countries are partners in war against terror. Foreign Office spokesman Moazzam Ahmad Khan in his weekly briefing said: “There is need to resolve all issues with US.” He said Pakistan has a clear stand on drone attacks and considered these as illegal, violation of Pakistan’s territorial sovereignty and counter-productive. Pakistan is interested in finding an alternative to the drone attacks, he added.He said there has been interaction between Pakistan and United States at various levels to resolve the issues through mutually beneficial and mutually acceptable manner.When asked whether Pakistan would go for the resumption of its bilateral ties with US without having a formal apology on November 26 Salala attack by US/Nato forces, the spokesman said the review process is still underway. “By now we are preparing out future line of action with the US under the guidelines in the unanimous resolution of the Parliament that it passed in a special joint sitting,” he observed. When his attention was drawn to the topmost recommendation in the Parliamentary resolution on Pak-US ties seeking an unconditional apology, he said the government would decide, accordingly. On restoration of NATO supply line, he said no decision has yet been taken. Refusing to confirm or deny the invitation from the United States to attend the summit being hosted by President Obama in Chicago during this month, the spokesman said Pakistan has not yet decided about the participation in the summit.He said the issue of participation in Chicago Summit and Pak-US relations were discussed at a high-level meeting held at President House on Wednesday but no final decision has been taken regarding the summit.The spokesman said next meeting of the Defence Committee of the Cabinet will review the mechanism to implement recommendations of the Parliament.He said there are issues on both the sides, adding that there is also the will on both sides to improve these relations. He said US Envoy for Pakistan and Afghanistan Marc Grossman recently visited Islamabad and all issues were discussed with him.During interaction, both the sides shared their concerns and perspectives on different issues, he added.Recounting Pakistan’s sacrifices in the war against terrorism, he said nobody should have any doubt about Pakistan’s unwavering resolve and determination to fight out the menace. He said Pakistan is pursuing a well thought out anti-terrorism policy and expects that the partners will also show more understanding and patience in this regard. Describing President Asif Ali Zardari’s meeting with Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh last month as positive and productive, the spokesperson hoped that the Pakistan-India dialogue process would reach the logical conclusion by the end of this year.He reminded that President Zardari and Manmohan Singh had discussed all the issues. He said both the leaders underlined the importance of finding pragmatic and practical solution of all issues including Sir Creek, Siachen and Jammu and Kashmir. On Pak-India relations, the spokesman said under the revival of bilateral talks, representatives from both the countries will meet on May 14 to 16 to discuss the Sir Creek in New Delhi while the two interior secretaries will meet in Islamabad on May 24 and 25 on anti-terrorism and counter drug trafficking. He said Siachen has been the part of the dialogue process and both the countries have been discussing this issue. “Dates for talks on Siachen dispute were being finalised between Islamabad and New Delhi,” the spokesman said.There has been progress in Pak-India relations during last year, he said adding that the present round of talks will be completed by the end of this year. About removal of non-barrier tariff with India, he said it will improve bilateral trade and it will be in the benefit of Pakistan. Replying to a question about negative response from any country about the legal status of Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani after his conviction from the Supreme Court, the spokesman said: “No country has shown any reservation in this regard.” On the US-Afghan strategic partnership pact, he said: “To us Afghanistan is a sovereign country and is independent in its bilateral relations.” Pakistan is only concerned and ready to offer its help in achievement of a durable and peaceful settlement in Afghanistan and that must be Afghan-owned and Afghan-led, he concluded.