ISLAMABAD (Agencies) - Reaffirming his firm support for the people of Kashmir on both sides of the Line of Control, President Asif Ali Zardari has maintained that with the initiation of CBMs and beginning of trade relations between India and Pakistan, the solution of Kashmir is not far off. "Kashmir solution is very important to resolve all outstanding issues with India", the President said while talking to AJK President Raja Zulqarnain here at Aiwan-e-Sadr on Monday. Many issues came under discussion between the two leaders including that of Kashmir dispute, challenges faced by Pakistan, quake and Mangla Dam affectees problems, reconstruction of AJK and other bilateral matters. Sources privy to the development said that the AJK President congratulated Asif Ali Zardari for successful trips abroad terming them fruitful. He lauded the prudent policies of President Zardari calling them extremely prolific to tackle mounting challenges like power and gas. The AJK President also invited Zardari on visit to Azad Jammu and Kashmir. The sources said President Zardari made it clear to his counterpart that no compromise would be made on lingering Kashmir dispute adding he would continue to support Kashmiris on both sides of the LoC through thick and thin. He told the AJK President that he would complete the unfinished mission of Shaheed Benazir Bhutto and Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto. Kashmir issue would be solved peacefully and in accordance with the aspirations of the people of Kashmir, he maintained. According to the sources, the President told the AJK President that trade links across the LoC were enriching signs. It would greatly help resolve the Kashmir dispute, as an atmosphere of confidence building measures were being further intensified, he emphasised. Doors of negotiations would never close, President Zardari held. Zardari has reiterated that Pakistan will continue extending political, diplomatic and moral support to Kashmiris and added that all outstanding issues be resolved through dialogue. Zardari said that Pakistan People's Party (PPP) believed in democracy and wanted to resolve all outstanding issues including Kashmir with India through talks as Shaheed Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto and Mohtarma Benazir Bhutto have always wished so. He further said the new initiatives of starting trans-Kashmir trade would boost confidence between the two countries, which would be helpful in resolving the core issue of Kashmir. President AJK lauded President Zardari on launching steps to overcome energy crisis and his efforts to highlight the Kashmir issue on international forums. Meanwhile, President Zardari said construction of Baghilar dam and blockage of the River Chenab water by India has given rise to new problems for Pakistan hoping India will address these issues like a good neighboring country. "Obstructing over 2 lakh cusecs water and construction of Baghilar dam by India despite objections by Pakistan have led to create problems for us. These moves are sheer violation of the Indus Water treaty and they are causing unprecedented harm to Kharif crops and adding to the hardships of our farming community. We look for full cooperation from India on this count. Such steps have delivered serious blow to CBMs and ongoing peace talks," he said this during his meeting with Indian High Commissioner to Pakistan Satyabrata Pal, who called on the president at the Aiwan-e-Sadr on Monday. President Zardari hoped India like a good neighbourly country would understand the problems of Pakistan and release Chenab water flow to us. Pakistan wanted robust relations with India in all the fields including trade and culture, he said adding it was need of the hour that both the countries should live like good friends and neighbours and should not create problems for each other. In the prevailing regional situation it is essential that both the countries step up their efforts to curb menace of terrorism, as terrorism and extremism are harmful to the two countries, he cautioned. Pakistan was opposed to terrorism in all its forms and manifestations and it will continue to launch efforts for eradication of terrorism, he added. Terrorism was not the problem of only Pakistan but it was the problem of the entire world. Pakistan and India will have to employ joint efforts to give crushing defeat to terrorists, he stressed. Involving Pakistan in Kabul blasts was regrettable, he said adding blame game and malicious propaganda blitz cause harm to bilateral relations between Pakistan and India. Both the countries should avoid blame game, he urged. Initiation of truck service across the LoC will help address the economic problems of people of Kashmir and provide them opportunity to meet each other, he hoped. President Asif Ali Zardari called for resolution of all issues including Kashmir, Baghilar dam, Sir Creek and Siachen with the spirit of reconciliation and full understanding. Our Monitoring Desk adds: President Zardari urged India to abide by the terms of Indus Water Treaty and stop blocking Pakistan's water, reports a private TV channel. Meanwhile, Indus Water Commissioner (IWC) Jamaat Ali Shah said on Monday that Pakistan wanted early solution of Chenab water issue with India. Talking to a private TV channel he said, "Pakistan has conveyed its concerns over the water shortage and told India that Pakistan wants to resolve the issue of Chenab water as early as possible." He said during a recent meeting held in New Delhi, Pakistan has conveyed its point of view on water reduction at Head Marala and loss of 0.2 million acre feet of water. The Commissioner said under Indus Water Treaty India cannot stop flow of water on Chenab River. Pakistan wants implementation of the treaty in its letter and spirit.