ISLAMABD Harping on resumption of the composite dialogue with India, Pakistan on Thursday reiterated that it wanted to resolve all outstanding issues with India through the talks, however, it said 'the talks for sake of the talks were not acceptable. Briefing the reporters during the weekly press conference, the Foreign Office Spokesperson said only result-oriented talks were solution of the disputes between the two nuclear armed South Asian neighbours. We want India to come at the table to find solution of all the disputed matters between Pakistan and India as it was the only way to ensure peace in the region, Abdul Basit told the journalists. However, the Spokesperson said that the recent secretary-level talks between India and Pakistan at least melted the ice between the two countries after 14 months. He refused to answer a question, when asked to elaborate either the talks were successful of or not. The Spokesperson, however, said the Pakistani delegation observed no change in Indias stance. Both the nations can go ahead by defeating the terrorists and miscreants and bringing peace and stability to the region only if India is willing, he added. The Spokesperson remained tight-lipped and declined to comment when asked by a reporter if Pakistan would be willing to hand over five US citizens to the US for repatriation of Dr Aafia Siddiqui. Regarding Pakistan nationals, who have been killed in Kandahar, the Spokesperson said they were employees of a Japanese company. He added the family members of the victims had been informed while Pakistan Ambassador had been directed to investigate the matter in collaboration with Afghan authorities.