NEW YORK - Pakistan will never sell out on Kashmir for improving relations with India, stated President Zardari during his meeting with Mirwaiz Umar Farooq, Chairman Hurriyat Conference, in New York, Sunday. He added that Pakistan would continue to aid the Kashmiris politically and diplomatically. On the issue of resolving the Kashmir dispute, President Zardari reiterated that the wishes of the Kashmiri people would be paramount. Mirwaiz informed the President that the people of Kashmir continued to have high expectations from their Pakistani brethren. The Government of Pakistan should raise the Kashmir issue on every forum. The two exchanged in depth views on Kashmir. President Zardari emphasised that in the dialogue with India, Kashmir would remain the number one priority and its peaceful resolution was necessary for peace in the region. Apart from Kashmir, other issues of common interest were also discussed. The meeting lasted over thirty minutes and amongst those participating were the Foreign Minister of Pakistan, Shah Mahmood Qureshi, Ambassador Haqqani, Pakistans High Commissioner to India, Shahid Malik and Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir. On the occasion, Mirwaiz informed President Zardari about the latest situation in Indian Occupied Kashmir. After the meeting, in a television interview, Mirwaiz stated that the entire Hurriyat Conference wants Pakistan to include the Kashmiri leadership in the talks with India on Kashmir, in the future, so that the issue can be resolved in a just and peaceful fashion.