MULTAN Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi Friday warned 'India or any one else not to remain in illusions, saying Pakistan would not change its priorities on any external pressure. We are not ready to come into any ones pressure. What we keep forth is our national and international interests, he added while responding to a question on a fresh statement of Indian premier about existence of terrorism camps in Pakistan during a news conference at Multan Airport. The Indian PM is due to meet with US President Obama on November 24 and Shah Mahmood was asked whether Manmohans statement was a part of Indian strategy to bring Pakistan under US pressure. He asked India to open its eyes and take notice of terrorism in Pakistan. India should not remain oblivious to this situation. We are facing Mumbai-like incidents daily. India should review the facts, he added. In my opinion Pakistans mindset is constructive as it took immediate steps to improve the atmosphere after Mumbai incident. Now the ball is in Indias court and she has to decide what she wants in future, he maintained. Mr Qureshi made it clear that Pakistan wanted a meaningful dialogue with India, as the resumption of negotiations was in the interest of the entire region especially both the states. He said the entire world was talking of the regional stability as the US and Chinese presidents stressed the need for promoting peace in this region during their recent meeting. I want to convey this message to India that if they are willing to resume a meaningful dialogue, were willing to sit with them. But if they come for sitting just for the sake of sitting, were not ready to spoil our time, he declared. To a query on Indian premiers statement against Pakistan, he said: I dont think Manmohan Singh can deliver such a statement. He is a highly responsible and seasoned personality. Well, You all are aware of twisting and turning of statements (by the media), he said. He said the Foreign Office recently held a two-day consultation session to develop opinion in view of post-Mumbai attack scenario as experts were asked to present their analyses during this moot. According to him, an inter-ministry meeting was also convened and all stakeholders including interior and defence ministry, GHQ and ISI were invited to sit together and analyse the prevailing scenario. Responding to a question, he said that India had contacted the leadership of Held-Kashmir, who presented five demands before Indian government. He told the journalists that he had also invited the leadership of All Parties Hurriyat Conference to come to Pakistan to discuss adoption of a joint line of action. Here I want to make India understand one clear point that any dialogue between Srinagar and New Delhi is meaningless and incomplete minus Pakistan, he declared. He said a round table conference of foreign ministers of USA, UK, France, Germany, Italy, Canada, Russia, Turkey, India and other countries also took place in Kabul after the inaugural of Afghan President Hamid Karzais second term to review the Afghan situation. Besides pondering over other issues of mutual interest, the participants have unanimously decided to hold a conference on Afghanistan in January 2010 or in the beginning of the next year to draw an action plan in view of time lines and targets, he disclosed. He said President Asif Ali Zardari also interacted with Iranian vice president and foreign ministers of UAE and UK besides holding a meeting with his Afghan counterpart. The outcome of these meetings is encouraging. Mr Karzai has expressed his agreement to cooperate with us in all fields and to move together for addressing mutual challenges and concerns, he claimed. He said Karzai is likely to visit Pakistan after forming his cabinet. Referring to withdrawal of world forces from Afghanistan, he said there were no chances of immediate pullout as the Afghan army and police were not capable of performing their duties as yet. The allied forces will train Afghan forces, upgrade their capability and equipment in next two or three years, handover responsibilities to them in phases and then withdraw under a phased plan, he said. He said there was a positive development in the Pak-Iran gas pipeline project as well as importing power from there. Answering a question, he confirmed the reports that the CIA director was on a visit to Pakistan and he would meet with political and army leadership to share views and intelligence. He pointed out that Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani had issued orders for withdrawal of a notification issued for hike in power tariff for agricultural tube-wells. He said the decision would largely benefit farming community. He suggested to the cotton growers to make careful deals while selling out their crop, asking them to keep a careful eye on the market trends. The local and international cotton production is low while the demand is much higher. The likely size of our crop will be about 12 million bales while national demand is about 16 million bales. So the cotton growers are likely to get good price, he hoped. To a query on a report published in Washington Post regarding Taliban leader Mullah Omars escape to Karachi, he said it was no more than a sensational news story. Answering a question on Dr Aafia Siddiqui, he said she is the sister and or a daughter of the nation and government extended all-out support to her family for her release. Weve paid $ 2 million fee for appointing an attorney with the agreement of her family, he told the journalists.