JAKARTA (APP) - Pakistan and Indonesia Friday inked an agreement on abolition of diplomatic and official visas paving way for enhanced ex-changes and linkages between the two countries. Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi and his Indonesian counterpart Marty Natalegawa signed the agre-ement and termed it a pre-cursor to relaxing the visa regime between the two coun-tries even further in future. Both sides announced the roadmap for future enga-gements that encompassed meeting of joint working group on counter-terrorism in Jakarta on December 13-14, joint commission meeting headed by the foreign ministers as well as visits of the Indonesian defence and foreign ministers to Pakistan next year. Pakistan and Indonesia would also hold bilateral talks in 2011. Talking to media following his meeting with Indonesian foreign minister and delega-tion level talks, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said both countries enjoyed deep-rooted, friendly and tension-free relations but there was a need for a re-engagement with a new vigour and zeal specially focusing on economic cooperation, bus-iness and trade linkages. During the delegation level talks, both sides agreed to enhance cooperation against terrorism and welcomed the forthcoming meeting of the joint working group on counter-terrorism in this regard. Foreign Minister Nataleg-awa said flood devastation in Pakistan was unprecedented. He said the remarkable resilience shown by the people of Pakistan in the face of such a huge tragedy was apprec-iable. He proposed active coope-ration between the disaster control centre of ASEAN and the Pakistani organisations dealing with disaster manag-ement, to which Foreign Minister Qureshi expressed his consent. They also vowed to increase the bilateral trade and agreed to hold next round of talks on the PTA arrangement while giving a clear mandate to concerned officials to reach a conclusion on the subject. During discussion on regio-nal issues, Qureshi referred to the issue of Kashmir and said there was a need to clearly differentiate between acts of terror and the struggle for the right to self-determination. He said the struggle of Kashmiris was totally indige-nous and deserved attention of the international community. He said Pakistan believed in holding talks with India on resolving all outstanding issues including Kashmir. He said the issue needed to be addressed in the light of UN resolutions. He expressed Pakistans desire for peace and stability in Afghanistan which he said would have an impact on peace in the region. Foreign Minister Natale-gawa said Indonesia wished that both India and Pakistan could arrive at a resolution of Kashmir problem through negotiations. He agreed that there must be a differentiation between terrorism and a just struggle. Qureshi thanked the gover-nment and people of Indon-esia for extending generous help to the flood affectees in Pakistan. He also expressed condol-ences on the loss of life resulting from eruption of Mount Merapi, Central Java last month.