ISLAMABAD: Analyst Dr Rasheed Ahmed Khan has said that gap between India, Pakistan has been decreased as a result of composite dialogue.
Talking in a Radio Pakistan programme, he said both neighboring states have identified eight issues including Kashmir on which talks can be held.
He appreciated the approach of the government to hold talks with India for resolving all the issues.
Taking part in the program, analyst Dr Shaheen Akhtar said permanent peace cannot be established without political and humanitarian dimensions based decisions.
She added political will is necessary for the solution of Siachen and Sir Creek issues as there is possibility of solution.
She said that Pakistan expects that the new government in India would continue peace process. India can learn a lot from China regarding adopting peace policy with its neighbors, she added.