Pakistan and India has expressed hope for revival of bilateral ties and reopening of the dialogue process with both the sides describing the parleys as meaningful and positive, report said. Foreign ministers of both the sides finally spoke to the media on Thursday, following Indian External Affairs Minister S. M. Krishnas meeting with Pakistani leadership. Addressing the newsmen here, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi said both the sides are victims of terrorism. Qureshi said meaningful and result oriented issues were discussed with the India in a cordial environment. We discussed ways to revive the lost process of bilateral and composite dialogues and measures to restore confidence of each other. We discussed Confidence Building Measures (CBMs) on Kashmir, crossed LoC trade and travel issues besides the Sir Creek issue. Pakistan has asked India its proposals on the matter, he said.