LONDON (APP) - Pakistans Interior Minister Rehman Malik and his British counterpart Theresa May in their discussion focused on regional security and matters of common interest to the two countries including security and immigration. During his two-day visit to the UK, Malik called on the British Home Secretary at her Central London accompanied by Pakistan High Commissioner Wajid Shamsul Hasan and members of his delegation. At the conclusion of the meeting, Malik told the media about the possible extradition treaty between Pakistan and the UK that both the countries are exchanging documents. Some issues are there and hopefully these would be resolved soon. In his remarks on the occasion, Theresa reiterated that Pakistan is one of the UKs key allies in the fight against terrorism and illegal immigration and their long standing relations are based on shared interests and mutual respects. She told the media, she noted that both the countries have suffered at the hands of international terrorism and this has a devastating effect on the lives of ordinary citizens in both countries. She said: Only last week we saw the horrific assassination of Minister Shahbaz Bhatti and I want to condemn this cowardly act and send my condolences to his family, friends and colleagues. Rehman Malik said that the UK has a strong Pakistani community of over one million facing diverse issues. He said unscrupulous Pakistanis were engaged in illegal human trafficking and in his discussion with the British officials ways were discussed to tackle these issues. I have clearly mentioned that those who come on forged documents, using foul means have no place in the UK. If they come to this country they will come as destitute. Malik asked for a grace period of three months for those Pakistani students who came to the UK on valid visas only to find they were enrolled in bogus institutions.