ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Muhammad Nawaz Sharif on Monday said the United Nations resolutions must form the basis for any solution for Kashmir and the people of Kashmir be made part of it.
The Prime Minister was talking to US Senators Tim Kaine, Member of the Senate Armed Services Committee and Angus King, Member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, who called on him here at the PM House.
He asked the UN to honor its own resolutions on this matter.
Talking about Pakistan-India ties the Prime Minister said both the countries can only gain through dialogue. He expressed his disappointment on the cancellation of Foreign Secretary level talks.
The Prime Minister said the only acceptable solution of Kashmir will be the one which is endorsed by all parties including Pakistan, India and Kashmiris.
He appreciated the US support on Bhasha and Dasu dams.
The Prime Minister informed the US Senators that Pakistan has seen improvement in its economic indicators and asked for better market access for Pakistani products in the US.
He said that enhancing mutual trade was Pakistan’s priority area in bilateral relationships.
Adviser to the Prime Minister on National Security and Foreign Affairs, Sartaj Aziz, Foreign Secretary and Secretary to PM, Javed Aslam also attended the meeting.