ISLAMABAD Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has said that the mechanism of the Strategic Dialogue between Pakistan and US will go a long way in building sustainable, broad-based and long-term relationship between the two countries. Pakistan is looking forward to the visit of US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, later this month, to take this process forward through the next round of dialogue, scheduled to be held in Islamabad, Prime Minister Gilani expressed these views in a meeting with Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi at PMs Secretariat on Tuesday afternoon. The Prime Minister said that Pakistan was desirous of negotiated and peaceful resolution of all disputes with India. He expressed confidence that the forthcoming meeting between Foreign Ministers of Pakistan and India would be fruitful and would pave way for progress of structured dialogue. He said that the willingness to resume stalled dialogue presents a win-win situation for both the countries, as peace and stability was the only way forward for the progress and prosperity of the entire region. Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi apprised the Prime Minister of the progress on the FoDP. He also briefed the Prime Minister about the upcoming visits of Indian Foreign Minister S M Krishna and the US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton to Pakistan. Meanwhile, while talking to Pakistan Peoples Party AJK President Ch Abdul Majid and MPA Shah Rukh here at PMs Secretariat on Tuesday afternoon, Prime Minister Gilani said that Pakistan was committed to the cause of the Kashmiri people for their right to self-determination. The Government, he added, would continue to follow the vision of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto Shaheed and Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto Shaheed for the resolution of Kashmir issue in accordance with the wishes of the people of Kashmir. The Prime Minister said, Yaum-e-Shuhada-e-Kashmir which is observed on 13th of July every year reminds us of the sacrifices of the Kashmiris rendered in 1931 for their inalienable rights. Their continued struggle, he added, for a just cause would pave the way for negotiated settlement of the issue.