Multan, Feb. 8 (ANI): Pakistan Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi has said that Islamabad will discuss all issues with India at the upcoming talks between the foreign secretaries of the two countries in New Delhi.
The Delhi Times quoted Qureshi, as saying that Pakistan would raise its own problems and "India would present their issues during the dialogue".
On being quizzed about Indian accusations of cross-border infiltration, Qureshi said that sensitive issues would be discussed "on the table" rather than through the media.
Earlier, addressing a gathering here, Qureshi had said that Pakistan's case was "strong ... be it Kashmir, water distribution or terrorism, that is why India failed to isolate Pakistan".
He added that Islamabad would not give in to any sort of pressure, and protect Pakistan's interests.
Pakistan would not bow down to Indian agenda, he asserted.(ANI)