ISLAMABAD - Pakistan on Thursday ruled out the division of Kashmir saying no such proposal was under consideration in this regard during the talks between Islamabad and New Delhi. Addressing his weekly press briefing here, the Foreign Office Spokesperson, Muhammad sadiq hoped there would be progress on the core issue of Kashmir during the forthcoming round of "Indo-Pak Composite Dialogue" to be held later this month. Answering a question, he said, "No negotiations are being held on the division of Kashmir between India and Pakistan." He said that we were committed to the peace process and wanted the peaceful resolution of all issues including the Kashmir dispute. Giving the details of forthcoming talks, Sadiq said the ministerial level meeting would be held on May 21 here in Islamabad to review the progress made during the 4th round of "Composite Dialogue. "The Foreign Ministers review meeting will be preceded by the Foreign Secretary level meeting on May 20," he said. He said the talks would be held on eight items on the Composite Dialogue agenda including peace and security in the region, Kashmir, Siachen, Sir Creek, Wullar Barrage, terrorism and drugs trafficking, economic and commercial cooperation and promotion of friendly exchanges. He said the review meetings would help the two sides to discuss ways to address the conflicting issues in a more meaningful manner. Pakistan wanted to have friendly and good neighborly relations with India and a stable and prosperous South Asia region, he added. When asked to comment on the statement of Indian Foreign Affairs Minister, Pranab Mukherjee to take up the issue of terrorism in the meeting of Foreign Ministers, Sadiq said terrorism had already been included in the agenda for those negotiations. "Pakistan has already condemned the blasts in Jaipur and expressed the sympathies with the victims of the blasts," he said. Answering another query, he said both the sides had made progress in the CBMs and there had been clear and visible progress in the dialogue. When asked about any change in the foreign policy after the formation of new government, he said the policy was made in accordance with national interest and not on the basis of individuals. While talking of missile attack by NATO on Damadola, Bajaur, Sadiq said he was not in a position to shed light on Wednesday's attack, as probe into the incident was underway. "It is being ascertained whether it was an attack with missile, rocket or bomb," he added. Answering a query on the recovery of Pakistani Ambassador Tariq Azizuddin who was abducted in Khyber agency, Sadiq said the envoy was safe and the government of Pakistan would take all possible steps for his release. Earlier, in his opening statement, the spokesperson said Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani would visit Egypt from May 17 to 20 on the invitation of Egyptian Prime Minister to attend the World Economic Forum on Middle East. He said, "Besides addressing special session entitled 'Global leader in the spotlight' Prime Minister Gilani is expected to meet President Bush on the sidelines of the meeting." Prime Minister Gilani was also expected to meet other leaders on the sidelines of the meeting including Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, Afghan President Hamid Karzai, Egyptian Prime Minister and Prime Minister of Palestinian Authority Salam Fayyad. The Prime Minister will return on May 20, he said.