Pakistan and India Thursday agreed to continue their interaction at all levels and to discuss every issue including core issues especially Kashmir, terrorism, trade and decided to start a new chapter in the history of bilateral relations between the two countries. Talking to media, after the bilateral talks, Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani and his Indian Counterpart Dr Manmohan Singh along with two foreign ministers, announced that talks were the only way forward and the two countries had decided to have more interaction at all levels in future. Pakistan and India on Thursday agreed to further expand their interaction at all levels to improve their bilateral relations especially in trade, economic, people to people contacts besides more cooperation to fight terrorism and terrorism for promoting peace, security and development in the region. Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani and his Indian counterpart Dr Manmohan Singh held bilateral talks with the help of the members of their delegation here at the Java Restaurant of Shangrila Resort, a beautiful place recently developed before the SAARC Summit being hosted by Maldives. The bilateral meeting between Prime Ministers of Pakistan and India, most awaited by the international media, was held in a very cordial and friendly atmosphere which was visible from the faces of two prime ministers when they came out for the photograph before battery of journalists from Pakistan, India and many other countries. Prime Minister Gilani was assisted by the other members of the delegation including Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar, Interior Minister Rehman Malik, Communication Minister Dr Arbab Alamgeer, Minister for Ports and Shipping Babar Gauhri. The bilateral talks between the two prime ministers began at delegation level and then both the Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani and Dr Manmohan Singh had one-on-one meeting for some time before starting delegation level talks again. Prime Minister Gilani in his statement along with Indian Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh said, We met today and decided to resume the dialogue process. He said the dialogue process was moving in positive and right direction. He said they discussed all the issues including the core issues and there was open and candid discussion. Gilani said all the issues including Kashmir, terrorism, Sir Creek, Siachen, water, trade were discussed. He added that Indian Prime told him to put all the cards on table to have open discussion. The Prime Minister expressed the hope that next round of talks between the two countries would be more constructive and open and would open a new chapter in the history of two countries. He said he thanked India for supporting Pakistan in the election to the Security Council and to get trade access in the European Union.