LONDON: Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif said negotiations with the Taliban are pursued with a sincere intent. Problems are resolved through dialogues world over, ARY News reported Wednesday.
The PM is currently on a three-day to the UK, where he met the British Defence Secretary Philip Hammond on his arrival.
Both the dignitaries discussed matters of mutual interest including defence affairs.
Earlier talking to media, Sharif said security of Pakistan will not be compromised at any cost.
He said there was no harm if problems were resolved through dialogue in Pakistan.
To a question, the prime minister peace in Karachi was vital. Steps are underway to restore peace across the provincial capital, he added.
The PM will also meet the British premier David Cameron and chief executives of financial and energy sectors to discuss matters of mutual interest.
He will also address the Pakistani community and International Investors Conference during his visit.