Pakistan is contemplating appointment of veteran diplomat and former foreign secretary Riaz Mohd Khan as its special envoy on Indian affairs, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi said in New York. "Yes, we are considering very senior former diplomat, former foreign secretary - a gentleman called Riaz Mohd Khan," Qureshi told a news channel, referring to reports that Pakistan was to name a special envoy for informal talks with India. Khan held the post of Foreign Secretary from 2005 to 2008 and retired from it citing personal reasons. Qureshi's remarks came on the eve of his crucial talks with External Affairs Minister S M Krishna on the margins of the UN General Assembly session in New York. "We, want good neighbourly relations with India. (But) that does not mean we don't have issues with them. We do have outstanding issues and we want them resolved," Qureshi said.