LAHORE Former Foreign Minister Khurshid Mehmood Kasuri has said that Pak-India relations could not reach an ideal situation until the Kashmir dispute is resolved. He said that during his tenure, they had worked hard to settle differences between the nuclear-armed neighbours and a lot of work had also been done to resolve the Kashmir dispute. Addressing the Rotary Peace and Goodwill Conference as chief guest, which held here at local hotel on Friday. District Governor Rotary Shehzad Ahmed inaugurated the conference, Kasuri said that 9/11 terror strikes in the United States had direct impact on South Asian region while Pakistan had to join the coalition against war on terror to avoid isolation. With the Bush administration embarking upon its war on terror, Kasuri said the greater attention was focused on South and South West Asia by the United States and the world powers. The Pakistani govt at that time had limited options and took a decision to join the coalition against terrorism, he said, adding that this has been done to avoid international isolation. He said that during his tenure Pakistan had struggled hard to promote regional peace and stability. Foreign delegates from the US, Germany, Canada, India, Afghanistan and Bangladesh are also attending the conference. PDG Don Gatzke (US), Rachel William (US), Lon Penna (US), DG Rick Mangonello (US), and Klaus Klennert were guest speakers.