India's High Commissioner to Pakistan Gautam Bambawale has said that Pakistan-India talks must be held on all issues, including Kashmir, and added that India was ready and willing to go ahead with dialogue.
Bambawale on Wednesday acknowledged a breakthrough was expected in resumption of the dialogue process after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's visit to Lahore, but no date was finalised for foreign secretary-level talks between the two nations, Dawn online reported.
Bambawale also said Kulbhushan Jadhav was an Indian national and a request has been made to the Pakistan government for a meeting with him.
Comprehensive dialogue process, started during External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj's visit to Islamabad during the Heart of Asia conference, was stalled after the January 2 attack in Pathankot that left seven Indian security personnel killed.
At least six terrorists, believed to be from banned Pakistani militant group Jaish-e-Mohemmed, were also killed in the attack.
India had linked the foreign secretary level talks with Pakistan's action against the group.