ISLAMABAD " Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani assured the nation that Pakistan's defence was in safe hands and the enemy would have to think thousands time before launching any aggression on the motherland. Talking to Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee General Tariq Majeed here in the Prime Minister House on Monday, the Prime Minister said that the government was providing all resources to Pakistan Army to enhance its professional capabilities and there was no need of worry regarding defence of the country. The meeting between the Prime Minister and Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee discussed issues relating to country's defence and ongoing operation in tribal areas specially in connection with situation in Swat. Reiterating Pakistan's desire to have cordial and friendly relations with all neighbouring countries, the Prime Minister urged the solution of all matters through negotiations, adding Pakistan also wanted good relations with India but the Indian leadership should also move forward with an open mind for the sake of peace in the region. About destruction of schools in Swat by militants, Yousaf Raza Gilani said that such incidents were not only impacting badly the country but also tarnishing the image of Islam, vowing the incumbent democratic government would not allow such elements to succeed in their nefarious designs. The Prime Minister said that militants neither have any religion nor have any country and their only objective is to disturb the peace of the world, that is why Pakistan is playing role as frontline state in war on terror. Pakistan faced loss of live and property in war on terror, he added. According to sources, General Tariq Majeed on the occasion apprised the Prime Minister about steps taken by Pakistan Army to eliminate the scourge of terrorism and to enhance country's defence.