ISLAMABAD - Pakistan and Bulgaria are set to sign an agreement today (Thursday) that would help promote bilateral trade and investment and enhance economic cooperation between the two countries. Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and his Bulgarian counterpart Nickolay Evtimov Mladenov stated this at a joint press conference after holding bilateral talks at the Foreign Office. They said that Bulgaria and Pakistan would expand and strengthen their bilateral relations in various fields including defence, economy, trade and culture. They said that Pakistan and Bulgaria were supporting the reconciliation process in Afghanistan to bring normalcy there but the Afghans themselves should lead the process. About chances of resumption of Pak-India dialogue, Qureshi said that Pakistan wanted to have productive and constructive dialogue with India to resolve all outstanding issues including Kashmir, adding that there was a growing realisation in India that Kashmir movement was indigenous and it should be resolved through political ways. Agencies add: Qureshi said Pakistan and Afghanistan have come alive to the realisation that the two countries are inevitable for each other. The FM said Pakistan is geared up to train Afghan National Army and police, as the relations between the two countries improved during the last some years. The Bulgarian Foreign Minister Nikolay Mladenov giving details of the talks said that his country appreciates Pakistan role in the fight against terrorism. He said Bulgaria has rich experience in generating coal energy and can share its experience with Pakistan to overcome energy crisis. Bulgarian Foreign Minister said his country fully supports Pakistan in European Union to get trade concessions and improve its economy.