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Pak wants uninterrupted dialogue with India: Aziz

July 22, 2006 01:35 IST

Pakistan Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz on Friday said his country was committed to composite dialogue with India and the process "must continue uninterrupted".

Pakistan wants a peaceful settlement of all outstanding issues with India, he said.

Aziz said the Kashmir issue should be resolved in line with the wishes and aspirations of the Kashmiri people to ensure sustainable peace in the region.

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Number of User Comments: 5

Sub: PAK wants to interrupt dialogue.

India should show no urgency to rsolve any terrtoril dispute with PAK untill terrorism is put an end to. the indecnt urgency shown by Pak ...

Posted by raghavan


India too wants continuous dialogue uninruppted by Terrorists,trained and armed by Pakistan.Nobody can deny that the dialogue should be on for consolidating the results achieved ...

Posted by Hariharan

Sub: In ref.; Chanayka

Chanakya's comments have respectfully and gently listed essence of the situation. He should have added Musharaff & Bouchers name to the infamous names of Aziz ...

Posted by Davinder

Sub: Shaukat must know.

that a dialogue cannot continue under pressure of cross-border terrorism. And this is amply demostrated by Kasuri's blatant and shamless attempt to merge the mumbai ...

Posted by chanakya

Sub: terrorist country

Why should India have a dialogue with this damned country. We are progressing they going backwards, they are losers. India should stay away from cowards. ...

Posted by jaya



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