ISLAMABAD (APP) - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani strongly condemning the missile attack in tribal areas Friday said any action against militants inside the territory of Pakistan was the sole right of Islamabad. "If anyone has some actionable and credible information, it can be passed on to us.... but we will desire if there are any militants in our country, it is our right to take action against them and we can do that. So we don't want anyone to interfere in our sovereignty," Gilani told the newspersons here at the Prime Minister Secretariat. According to our monitoring report, the Prime Minister admitted that the country couldn't fight a war, reported a private TV channel. To a question about recent statements of the United States and Britain on action in tribal areas, the Prime Minister said, "The nation needs not worry as we know the importance of Pakistan and we have to work for its sovereignty, independence, dignity and honour." About foreign policy he said Pakistan had good relations with all countries, adding, "As far as the situation in tribal areas in concerned, it is Pakistan's internal matter." The Prime Minister, however, stressed that Pakistan was against terrorism and had suffered a lot due to the menace and even lost its leader Shaheed Benazir Bhutto. "We want peace in the country and not terrorism. We are taking action against this menace in our own interests," he added. The Prime Minister speaking about the government's strategy to deal with the issue of terrorism and extremism, particularly in the tribal areas, said it was a mixture of dialogue, development and the use of force in accordance with the circumstances. "This is our own country and we want to address these issues on our own, and we are addressing these", he stressed. The Prime Minister, however, added that Pakistan would welcome the cooperation of any other country but that would only to be the extent of information sharing and capacity building. He welcomed the statements of Germany, France and NATO on the issue of action in tribal areas and said, "We will convince the United States and Britain as well to respect the sovereignty of Pakistan." To a question about the statement of Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kayani, the Prime Minister said he had also raised that issue after a meeting with Afghan President Hamid Karzai the other day. About Friday's missile attack in the tribal areas, the Prime Minister said, "We strongly condemn this attack," adding that he had discussed the matter with Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi and the issue would be taken up at diplomatic level. Our Monitoring Desk adds: GILANI said that diplomatic efforts would be made to convince the US and UK that Pakistan can combat terrorists effectively. He said Pakistani forces had enough capability to fight against terrorism and extremism and efforts would be made to sort out the issue through negotiations.