Pakistan confirmed on Thursday an agreement with India to resume dialogue "on all issues", more than two years after peace talks collapsed, and said its foreign minister would visit India by July. India and Pakistan have agreed to begin talks on "all outstanding" bilateral issues, signalling a possible resumption of their suspended peace dialogue. Indian Foreign Ministry spokesman Vishnu Prakash said officials from both sides would meet "in the coming weeks and months" to carry out "the necessary spadework" that would culminate in a meeting of the two rivals' foreign ministers -- possibly in June or July. "We have to pick up the threads again," Prakash told a foreign news agency, adding that "all outstanding issues" would be up for discussion.