Asserting that Pakistan and India cannot afford another war, Prime Minister Yousaf Raza Gilani said his Indian counterpart Manmohan Singh may be a "sensible and sane" one who needs the 2 countries to resolve their vital problems.
Gilani created the remarks throughout an interaction with senior government officers taking part within the National Management Course.
Speaking highly of the Indian Prime Minister’s intentions to possess smart relations with Pakistan, Gilani said Singh had said many times throughout their conferences that he needed to try to to "something very positive" for each countries.
He said Singh, who hailed from Punjab, was highly desirous of resolving vital problems, as well as Kashmir, Siachen and Sir Creek.
Singh had shown a commitment to enhance relations between the South Asian neighbours and said the Kashmir issue will be resolved diplomatically, he said.
Singh had conjointly said many times throughout their conferences that he needed to fight the common enemies like poverty, hunger and unemployment, Gilani said.
Gilani noted that he had officially met Singh four times – in Colombo in 2008, in Sharm-el-Sheikh in 2009, in Bhutan in 2010 and at Mohali in India last month.
He said that they had conjointly met unofficially on many occasions.
Speaking concerning the wave of terrorism in Pakistan, Gilani said terrorists were obtaining their "instructions from an overseas source".