Islamabad, Jun 6: Foreign ministers of Pakistan and Britain have expressed satisfaction over the progress achieved in the ongoing peace process between Islamabad and New Delhi.
"British Foreign Minister David Miliband telephoned his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mehmud Qureshi and discussed the progress on the composite dialogue with India," foreign office spokesman Muhammad Sadiq said in a statement here today. He said the two foreign ministers agreed that the process was moving in a positive direction. The two countries which resumed their peace talks in January 2004, recently concluded their fourth round of talks and agreed to launch the fifth cycle from July.
Miliband reiterated his support for Pakistan's multi-pronged strategy to combat terrorism and extremism.