ISLAMABAD - President Asif Ali Zardari on Monday expressed satisfaction over the positive response by the PML-N leadership to the government's reconciliatory overtures, saying the process should move forward to strengthen political system in the country. The President expressed these remarks in a meeting with Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani after giving away awards to the distinguished personalities in various fields on the occasion of the Pakistan Day at the President's House. Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani apprised the President of his interaction with PML-N leaders Mian Nawaz Sharif and Mian Shahbaz Sharif in Lahore on Sunday. "PML-N is ready to negotiate with PPP on all the issues including implementation of the Charter of Democracy (CoD) in letter and spirit," sources cited the PM as telling the President. The President said he was supportive of the reconciliatory efforts, as he had said goodbye to the politics of confrontation for working jointly for the development of the country. Matters pertaining to the Governor Rule in Punjab, review petition in Sharif brothers' disqualification case in the Supreme Court and Presidential address to the joint session of the Parliament were also discussed during the meeting between the President and the Prime Minister, the sources added. According to sources, the President said he welcomed the positive signals from the PML-N leadership and was willing to meet them for national reconciliation. "PML-N has sent good wishes to the President inviting him to jointly move forward but at the same time it wants to wait and see till restoration of Punjab government and lifting of Governor Rule," sources in the PML-N told The Nation. The sources further said future political co-operation between the two major parties depended on as to how the federal government took up the Governor Rule in Punjab and when it was lifted in the largest province of the country. PML-N is waiting to see as to how and when the hurdles are removed in the way of restoration of Mian Shahbaz Sharif's government in Punjab. "PML-N has also decided to file a review petition and become party to the case of disqualification of Sharif brothers," they added. Meanwhile, Spokesman for President Farhatullah Babar has said the President welcomed the meeting between the PM and PML-N leaders. Both PPP and PML-N have agreed to work together for the welfare of the people and progress of the country as they did in the past. They also indicated to strengthen the Parliament and avoid joining hands with any party or group that wanted to destabilise either PPP in the centre or PML-N in Punjab. Agencies add: in an interview to Sky News TV, President Asif Ali Zardari called on the United States and Britain to help his government fight terrorism and extremism in his country in an interview broadcast Monday. Zardari said his Pakistan People's Party had brought democracy to the country after eight years under the military rule of General Pervez Musharraf, and the international community should now play its part. He said that he would not allow Islamic militants to take control of any part of Pakistan, and dismissed suggestions that his country was a greater threat through terrorism than neighbouring Afghanistan. Asked what his message to US President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister Gordon Brown would be, Zardari replied: "You've got democracy, democracy is part of the solution, but... the second part of the solution is with you, so please give us that help that we need." He added: "It is my war, it is my fight, it is our fight, it is Pakistan's war, we will fight it. But if you help us, we can do it sooner." Zardari did not give details on what he specifically wanted help with, but Sky News quoted him on its website as saying: "We haven't received a dollar. Until then we don't have the tools to fight." Western allies fear that recent political instability in Pakistan is allowing Islamic militant groups like al Qaeda and the Taliban to take hold in vulnerable areas of the nuclear-armed Muslim nation, but Zardari rejected such fears. "The Taliban are not going to be in control of any part of my country," he said, adding that reports of Sharia law being handed down in some areas of the country were "media hype". "I can assure you, sir, that the... reports are not correct." "I have not signed any law. No law is going to implement anywhere in the country. Swat was a princely State until 1969 and it had its own judicial system, which was local juries and quick dispensation of justice. There was a growing public demand for the revival of that system", the President said. "We would have to bring our weakness and achievements in war against terrorism at table and the world would have to accept we all are responsible for terrorism and extremism around the world", he said. The world can neglect issue of war against terrorism but Pakistan Peoples Party (PPP) can not because it is Pakistan's war and we would wage it, he said. He also said that he did not "necessarily agree" with assessments by intelligence agencies that Pakistan was a greater threat to global stability through terrorism than Afghanistan. Zardari said the international community had to recognise and accept its role in the rise of Islamic militancy and international terrorism. "The world has to accept that we are all collectively responsible for creating this monster," he said. "I think the world has not been told about this, they have not been talking about it, they have been in denial." President Zardari said that his position has not weakened by the restoration of deposed judges in the wake of long march, adding that, war against terrorism is Pakistan's own war.