Islamabad, Jul 19: Pakistan Prime Minister, Yousuf Raza Gilani on Saturday, Jul 18 said president Zardari's statement that India no longer remains a threat to the country, were his 'personal views'.
Talking to media persons after returning from Sharm-el-Sheikh, Gilani said there is a need for a more 'careful' approach while talking about the relations between the two neighboring countries.
Referring to talks with his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh on the margins of the Vth NAM summit, Gilani said New Delhi has agreed to hold talks on all issues concerning the region.
"Whatever the issues are, Manmohan Singh said he was ready to talk about all of them," said Gilani.
He said concerns regarding India's involvement in the Baloch unrest were conveyed to the Indian delegation during the meeting. "Pakistan would share the proof with India about Balochistan at an appropriate time," Gilani added.
He said Islamabad is determined to do everything possible to bring the perpetrators of the 26/11 carnage to justice, The Daily Times reports.