LONDON - Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi has said that despite harsh attitude on part of India, Pakistan is treating New Delhi with politeness and forwarded-looking approach. However, he said our politeness should not be deemed as weakness. "Pakistan has rejected Indian claims regarding attack on its embassy in Kabul and had first condemned it," he said, adding: "We have not been provided solid evidences in this context". He cautioned India that such allegations might harm relations between the two countries. "Islamabad has serious reservations over allegations levelled by India and we are investigation the matter," he added.   Giving an exclusive interview to The Nation on Friday, he said Kashmir issue was also part of composite dialogue process with India and "we want 'progress' on all the issues." Talking about his recent meeting with his Indian counterpart Paranab Mukherjee, he said he had clearly told Mukerrgee that we want trade and communication between people of both the countries besides resolution of long-standing core issue Kashmir and Siachen. Replying to a question about US reservations over Pakistani government peace deals with militants, he said no political government could ignore solution of a problem through dialogue process. "We have expressed our point of view to US that we want peace by holding dialogue with insurgents. Talks with insurgents and war against militants can go together. We do not intend talks with militants and will never do so," he clarified. Giving his viewpoint about formation of a joint group with Iran, India, China and Afghanistan for minimising US pressure in the region, he said the US is our friend and ally not an enemy, adding that Islamabad enjoys good ties with Washington and we want to strengthen these in the future. "China is our time-tested and all-weather friend and we also enjoy trusted relations with Beijing," he said, maintaining that we want good relationship with our neighbouring countries like India, Afghanistan and Iran but not at the cost of America. Qureshi said that US has its own agenda in the region, though we have commonality with US over some issues, but at the same time, we had differences of opinion over some points. "We will solve these differences peacefully with diplomacy. We would amicably remove all misperceptions against each other. He dispelled the impression that during Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani's visit to US, the two leaders would discuss US strikes in tribal areas. Rejecting US attack over Pakistan, Qureshi rejected such ideas terming it absurd and assured the entire nation that they would work for its betterment. "We have to defend our geographical and ideological boundaries, which is our foremost priority," he said. About Taliban leader Mullah Rahim's arrest in Quetta, and another mullah's death in Hilamnd province of Afghanistan, he said that it was a joint operation and all civil and military departments were always taken into confidence before any such operation. About President Musharraf's impeachment, he said it was Pakistan's internal matter and Parliament would take decision on it and the US has nothing to do with that.