India, Pakistan hopeful of revival of bilateral ties
Islamabad, Jul 15 (ANI): Expressing hope for revival of bilateral ties and reopening of the dialogue process, India and Pakistan and India described the talks between External Affairs Minister S. M. Krishna and his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mehmood Qureshi as meaningful and positive.
"India is committed to being a sincere partner in our effort to establish to peaceful and progressive relationship between India and Pakistan," Krishna said.
Replying to a question regarding Indian involvement in Balochistan, Krishna said: "This was mentioned in Sharm al-Shaikh, where the two prime ministers met. We have been waiting for some evidence being provided by Pakistan of Indian involvement. If credible evidence or any evidence is provided to the Government of India of our involvement. India will certainly look into it."
Qureshi said meaningful and result oriented issues were discussed with the India in a cordial environment.
"We discussed ways to revive the lost process of bilateral and composite dialogues and measures to restore confidence of each other," he said.
"We discussed Confidence Building Measures (CBMs) on Kashmir, crossed LoC trade and travel issues besides the Sir Creek issue.
Pakistan has asked India its proposals on the matter," Qureshi said. (ANI)