ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani Tuesday said that only terrorists could take advantage of the stalled talks between India and Pakistan and stressed the need of initiation of meaningful dialogue between the two countries. Answering questions of the media persons before his departure for Sharm-ul-Sheikh, Egypt, at Chaklala Airbase, Premier Gilani said that that Indo-Pak talks had been heading towards positive direction but the Mumbai terror incident resulted in the suspension of the talks. The Prime Minister during his important visit would also hold talks with head of different countries, especially Indian Premier Dr Manmohan Singh. The Prime Minister hoped that the composite dialogue between Pakistan and India would resume after his meeting with the Indian Premier. He said Pakistan always intended to have cordial relations with all neighbouring countries including India. Answering a question, he said there was no specific agenda of his meeting with Indian Premier, however, it would be in the line of meeting between foreign secretaries of both the countries. Replying to another question about expected removal of Governor Sindh Dr Ishratul Ibad, he said nothing like that was going to happen and termed it a rumour. Later, the Prime Minister left for Sharm-ul-Sheikh to represent Pakistan at the 15th Summit of Non-Aligned Movement (NAM). He was seen off by Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee Gen Tariq Majid, PAF Chief Rao Qamar Suleman and many federal and state ministers. APP adds: Prime Minister Syed Yusuf Raza Gilani on Tuesday said he will meet Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh with open heart and positive mind. Efforts should be made to build bridges between the two countries instead of erecting walls, he said in response to questions by Indian media persons on his arrival at the Egyptian Red Sea resort regarding the much-anticipated Gilani-Manmohan meeting on July 16 on the sidelines of NAM Summit. The Prime Minister said he wanted to improve relationship with India and thus would meet the Indian Prime Minister with a positive spirit. Gilani said Pakistan was steadfast on its determination to fight terrorism and extremism and would continue making efforts to eradicate it. He said Pakistan was a frontline state in war against terror and its role for regional peace must be acknowledged. The Prime Minister will make address from the NAM platform, besides meeting his Indian counterpart in a bid to start the stalled peace process. Gilani Tuesday will represent Pakistan at the 15th summit of Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), focusing on global financial crisis and international peace. Earlier, the Prime Minister along with his delegation was received at the Sharm el Sheikh International Airport by Pakistans Ambassador in Cairo Seema Naqvi, Egypts ambassador in Islamabad Magdy Mahmood Helmy Amer and senior officials. The Prime Ministers entourage includes Minister for Information and Broadcasting Qamar Zaman Kaira, Education Minister Mir Hazar Khan Bijarani and Minister for Science and Technology Azam Khan Swati, and Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Nawabzada Malik Amad Khan. Several Parliamentarians are also part of the delegation. First Lady Begum Fauzia Gilani, who accompanied the Prime Minister, will represent Pakistan at the NAMs First Ladies Summit on 'Women in Crisis Management: Perspectives and Challenges - Best Practices and Lessons Learned on July 15-16. During his four-day visit, the Prime Minister is also expected to hold meetings with the leaders of Afghanistan, Nepal, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Serbia and Philippines.