LONDON (APP) - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani Wednesday urged the international community to devise a clear roadmap on Afghanistan for ensuring peace and stability in the region and the world as well. At a meeting with UK Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan Mark Philip Sedwill, the prime minister hoped that the time before Bonn Conference would be utilised to draw a strategy to ensure peaceful and prosperous Afghanistan after withdrawal of Isaf forces in 2014. He said Pakistan wanted stable, peaceful and prosperous Afghanistan and Islamabad believed in a policy of non-interference in Kabuls internal affairs. He said Pakistan was fighting the menace of terrorism despite heavy odds but needed international support to sustain its commitment. The prime minister said a two-tier joint commission on reconciliation had been set up by Pakistan and Afghanistan. He said Pakistan has been working with the Afghan leadership to promote reconciliation through an Afghan-led and Afghan-owned peace process. He expressed confidence that the appointment of Mark Sedwill as UKs special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan would be helpful in promoting peace in the region. Mark Sedwill apprised Gilani of working of his office regarding matters relating to Pakistan and Afghanistan. He said efforts would be made by international community for focusing on stability and peace in Afghanistan in the post-2014 scenario as the region can not afford this country plunge into chaos again. Separately, Foreign and Commonwealth Offices Minister for Europe David Lidington called on the prime minister. Talking Lidington, Gilani said access to the EU markets and GSP Plus status would greatly facilitate Pakistan in generating economic activities and create jobs for its youth. He said Islamabad drained its resources in the war against terror and was seeking increased trade to strengthen its economy and it wanted trade rather than aid to help strengthen its economy and create economic opportunities for its people. He sought UK support for greater access to the European Union markets and help in achieving the revised GSP Plus Scheme for increased exports, an official privy to the meeting said.The prime minister thanked the UK government for its unwavering support to Pakistan, saying the country needed the support of international community to enable it meet security challenges.