Islamabad, Feb 16: Pakistan on Tuesday, Feb 16, offered to enhance cooperation with India in the field of intelligence to avert attacks like the Pune blast.
Addressing a conference, Pakistan Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani expressed "strong commitment to resolve all core issues between the two countries through peaceful means and composite dialogue."
Gilani made the statements during a meeting with visiting US Senator John Kerry, the Chairman of the powerful Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
Gilani said, "Pakistan had made progress in bringing the perpetrators of the Mumbai incident to justice and was determined not to allow use of its soil for any terrorist activity against any of its neighbours."
"Indian government should realise that continuing (to be) impassive in negotiations between the two countries would only benefit the militants and terrorists who were holding the bilateral relations between the two countries hostage," he added.