Pakistani Prime Minister Shaukat Aziz on Friday vowed to pursue dialogue process with India to find solutions to all disputes between the two neighbors, including the Kashmir issue.
Addressing the nation over radio and television, the prime minister said Pakistan will take forward the current process of composite dialogue with India.
He said Pakistan desires peaceful resolution of the Kashmir dispute in line with the aspirations of the Kashmiri people.
Pakistan's nuclear power is "in safe hands" and the nation will continue to develop its nuclear capability to remain the minimum deterrence, Aziz noted.
He also expressed confidence that the "historical friendly ties" between Pakistan and China will continue to further grow.
On the economic front, the prime minister said the basic objectives of his government is to boost the national income by concentrating on fields of agriculture, small- and medium-sized industries, information and tele-communication technology, housing and construction, oil, natural gas and minerals.
(Xinhua News Agency November 20, 2004)