NEW DELHI: Pakistan’s High Commissioner to India, Abdul Basit said that peace and stability cannot come in the region until seriousness is not demonstrated to resolve outstanding issues between two neighboring nations.

Speaking to media in a ceremony of Diwali, he said that both the neighbors have severe differences for the last ten years, firing continues at borders and diplomatic protocols are being violated.

He further said that serious issues are being delayed, adding that there is no other way to resolve the issue without dialogue.

The Pakistani envoy said that no one gained anything after wars between the two countries.

He said that Pakistan is ready to talk with India on all longstanding issues including Kashmir.

He said that they want to enhance bilateral ties further between, saying it is responsibility of India to find out ways to resolve the issue through the dialogue.

Abdul Basit said that no Indian government reviews its internal situation of the country first but it does not miss any opportunity to level allegations against Pakistan.