"Our policy is ready, and Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi would visit the US in the first week of May to share this policy with the American administration," said Gilani in a media conference.
Commenting on the heightened tension with India following the Mumbai terror attacks, Gilani said that the 26/11 incident has certainly derailed the peace process between the two neighbours. "We need to start confidence-building measures afresh with India. However, it will take some time," Gilani said.
When enquired about the implementation of Islamic law in Swat and the reservations America has expressed over the issue, Gilani said the Nizam-e-Adl Regulation, which was introduced in the valley, was according to the constitution of the country.
"The government is trying to convince the US to keep ground realities in mind, and understand Islamabad's decision to implement this law," he added.