Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Saturday firmly said that India was agree to resume composite dialogues with Pakistan over all the regional issues following his meeting with Indian counterpart Manmohan Sing, report said. Gilani was addressing a news conference here in the backdrop of representing country at the 15th summit of Non-Aligned Movement (NAM), held in Egyptian Red Sea resort Sharm el Sheikh. The PM said he had raised all the key issues of the country and region as well in NAM submit in Egypt with his meeting with various world leaders. On the sidelines of the summit, I also held bilateral meetings with the leaders of of Afghanistan, Sri Lanka, Saudi Arabia, India, Nepal, Bangladesh, Jordan and with the Secretary General United Nations Ban Ki-Moon We highlighted Pakistans perspective, its issues of security, economy and other crisis in the forum. The meeting with Indian Prime Minister, Gilani said, arrived at a positive outcome of joint declaration between the two countries on continuing efforts for dialogue process.