Islamabad: Pakistan on Thursday said its peace process with India should be "uninterrupted and uninterruptable" as dialogue is the only route to settle differences between the two nations.

"As reaffirmed by the Prime Minister on Wednesday, Pakistan believes dialogue is the only way forward. This dialogue must be uninterrupted and uninterruptable," Foreign Office spokesperson Tehmina Janjua said during the weekly news briefing.

Janjua said the Home and Interior Secretaries of India and Pakistan will meet in New Delhi during March 28-29 to discuss terrorism, counter-narcotics measures and humanitarian issues, as he referred to the agreement by the two countries to resume the peace process that was stalled in the wake of the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.

"Pakistan will approach the talks with an open mind and a constructive spirit... we look forward to positive results from the talks," she said.

The Commerce Secretaries of the two countries are scheduled to meet in Islamabad in April and this will be followed by other secretary-level meetings, Janjua said.

During a meeting with an Indian peace delegation on Wednesday, Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani said wars are not a solution and talks are the only way forward for India and Pakistan.

Gilani hoped that the upcoming talks between the two sides would help to reduce the trust deficit and build a foundation for taking the peace process ahead.

Answering a question about security for the Pakistani cricket team during the World Cup semi-final to be played at Mohali, Janjua said the Indian government has assured Pakistan that adequate arrangements have been made to ensure the safety of the players.