ISLAMABAD - Minister for Kashmir Affairs and Northern Areas Qamar-uz-Zaman Kaira has said that Pakistan wants to resume Pak-India composite dialogue to reduce tension between both the countries. Addressing a news conference here on Tuesday, the minister said that Pakistan would continue its moral, diplomatic and political support for the struggle of Kashmiris for their right to self-determination. He said that said Pakistan wants to resolve Kashmir dispute according to the UN resolution. Kashmiris are main party of Kashmir issue and without their active involvement in the dialogue process, no durable solution of the issue can be possible, he said. He said the government has always taken into confidence the Kashmiri leadership on both sides and it has never changed its principled stand on the issue that it should be resolved according to the aspirations of the Kashmiri people and satisfaction of both India and Pakistan. The Minister said Pakistan has given various proposals to move forward to resolve the Kashmir issue as it fells that this longstanding issue could only be solved through dialogue, as war is no solution of any problem. To a question, he said all the governments had followed a firm and consistent policy for resolution of Kashmir issue however some governments brought minor changes on its modalities pointing finger to the Ex-President Musharrafs proposals on Kashmir. Qamar-uz-Zaman said that Pakistan Peoples Party has always attached great importance to the Kashmir dispute and would continue to highlight the issue at international level. He hoped the Policy of U.S President Obama on the region will bring good results for the people on both sides of the divide. He said that Pakistani nation would express full solidarity with the Kashmir people on Thursday to extend support to the cause of Kashmir and the struggle for just right to self-determination of the people of Pakistan. He said there will be public Holiday on 5th of February and one minute silence will be observed to mark the Day. The Minister said a joint session of the AJK Council and Legislative Assembly would be held on that day.