NEW DELHI (APP) India said on Tuesday that it was not in favour of involvement of third party in Pak-India bilateral relations. We are not in favour of involvement of any third country in our talks. (It will be) only bilateral, Defence Minister A K Antony said while responding to a question on reported Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshis suggestion China has a blank cheque from Pakistans side to play a role in improving Pak-India ties. Indias basic policy is we dont want interference from any country in our bilateral talks with Pakistan. We do not believe in third party mediation, he said. Pakistan Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir will arrive here today (Wednesday) to hold talks with his Indian counterpart Nirupama Rao on Feb 25 at Hyderabad House.