Britain's new coalition government will not "lecture" India and Pakistan over their relationship, Foreign Secretary William Hague said Thursday ahead of an upcoming trip to Islamabad. His predecessor David Miliband caused a diplomatic row last year by linking the unresolved Kashmir dispute to the Mumbai terror attacks, and Hague signalled he would not make the same mistake. "It will not be our approach to lecture other countries on how they should conduct their bilateral relations," Hague told reporters in London. He welcomed the improvement in ties between Pakistan and India, including plans for foreign minister-level talks in July on how to re-open the formal peace dialogue suspended after the November 2008 attacks on Mumbai.