ISLAMABAD - Underlining the importance of dialogue in tackling growing militancy and violence in tribal territories, President Asif Ali Zardari Saturday said the government would soon send tribal delegations abroad for interaction with the world community. "The government would promote internal and external dialogue through tribal representatives to establish peace in Fata," the President said while addressing a national seminar on mainstreaming of Fata. Governor NWFP Owais Ahmad Ghani, federal ministers, and MPs and other representatives from Fata attended the event. President Zardari said such interaction of tribesmen with the world community would help the tribal people sensitise the world about the nature of their problems and the need for their resolution. He said the government would send abroad representative delegations of tribal people under the auspices of Benazir Democracy Institute of Shaheed Bhutto Foundation. He also held crucial consultations with tribal elders and parliamentarians on ongoing turbulence in Northwest territories, particularly in Swat and Fata. The talks were primarily meant to take input from tribal elders and parliamentarians on how to tackle rampant unrest. The sources told that tribal elders severely criticised US drone attacks and said the incursion by US forces into tribal areas were further provoking the fire of militancy and violence in the restive region. The President took the participants into confidence over government's strategy to maintain law and order situation in the restive region and asked them to use their influence in establishing peace in the region. He emphasised the importance of dialogue in resolving the problem of militancy in tribal areas.