ISLAMABAD(APP)-Foreign Office spokesman Abdul Basit on Friday said that Pakistan wanted to evolve a roadmap to discuss the bilateral issues with India but the other side was not prepared for the same. Talking to a private television channel, he said that Indian side during the recent round of talks remained stuck in modalities on which a lot of time had already been consumed. He said Pakistans side raised all the Issues with Indian delegation including Kashmir, Afghanistan, water disputes etc. Basit said that Pakistan wanted to take the process of talks forward on the core issues but the other side was not ready. To a question, he said that Pakistan has a stated position on Kashmir which cannot be changed. 'We say the Kashmiris are struggling for their right to self-determination and we will keep on providing moral and diplomatic support to their struggle, the spokesman elaborated. As far as evidence about Indias involvement in Balochistan affairs is concerned it would be shared with India at an appropriate time as stated by Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani. Basit said that Pakistan went with a very open mind and positive approach into the process of engagement with India. He said prior to his meeting with his Indian counterpart, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi took all the stakeholders including President and Prime Minister into confidence and he was fully mandated to take initiative. Although a roadmap has not been determined during the recent round of talks between the two countries yet a venue of hope is there for futures progress, he added. To another question, he said that, there was no other way to solve the bilateral disputes between India and Pakistan but the diplomacy and dialogue. Basit said that Pakistan did raise the issue of Samjhota Express incident with the Indian delegation asking to share the finding of investigation into that incident. Responding to another question,he said that Pakistans efforts with regard to anti-terrorism war were being appreciated by the entire world. He expressed the hope that diplomatic channel would be able to explore the venue of evolving a roadmap for the solution of bilateral issues between India and Pakistan prior to next round of talks. The spokesman said that Pakistan would brief the US Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton about the recently concluded round of Pak-India talks when she visits the region.