Pakistan on Tuesday expressed disappointment at "slow movement of the dialogue process with India," but said it's willing to accelerate the process to move forwards conflict resolution.
"Both the countries have to complete Confidence Building Measures (CBM) process as international environment is also conducive so that a positive movement could be made to resolve major issues including Jammu and Kashmir," Foreign Office spokesperson Tasneem Aslam said.
She was responding to various questions regarding Pakistan- India dialogue status in her weekly briefing in Islamabad.
She rejected repeated Indian allegations of cross border terrorism and said "if there was any evidence against Pakistan's institutions or individuals, they should share it with Pakistan."
"These allegations are baseless reminding that the Indian army chief has given statements that infiltration has come down," she said.
The spokesperson said, "We have made our position clear on this issue that there is no cross border terrorism and we against all types of terrorism and condemn it in all its manifestations whether it is perpetuated by states or individuals."
She said that Pakistan itself was a victim of terrorism and had done more than any other country to curb it.
She said Pakistan-U.S. energy talks were likely to take place at the end of this month or early next month in Washington.
On a U.S. report on human trafficking, she said it is a serious issue and is not specific to Pakistan even it was taking place from Mexico to the United States and other countries.
However, she said, the Pakistan government was taking concrete steps and that more was needed to do and that Pakistan would like to see it at zero level the world over.
She said that the United States had indicated that there were six prisoners at Guantanamo Bay who seemed to be Pakistani and that Pakistan had decided to send an investigation team to determine their verification.
On Pakistan-Afghanistan relations, the spokesperson said ties between people of the two countries were very fraternal and that no one could break these relations.
"It is our efforts to resolve issues with the Afghan government through dialogue and meeting of tripartite commission is being held in Rawalpindi on Tuesday in which NATO is also participating, " she said.
"We hope for a good outcome of this meeting," she added.