Pakistan wants comprehensive dialogue with India
Islamabad: Pakistan won't allow its territory to be used for terror attacks and it seeks a comprehensive dialogue with India, Pakistani Finance Minister Ishaq Dar said on Friday.
Radio Pakistan quoted Dar as saying that Islamabad wished "to move ahead for a comprehensive dialogue with India to resolve all issues" between the two countries.
Dar added that Pakistan won't allow any misuse of its territory against any country.
He told Radio Pakistan that the dialogue process between Islamabad and New Delhi "has slowed down" after the terror attack on an IAF base in Pathankot which New Delhi has blamed on Pakistani terrorists.
The foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan were to meet in Islamabad on Friday but the meeting has been postponed.
Minister Dar said he hoped the talks would begin soon.