India says it is committed to peace and friendship with both Pakistan and China, but territorial disputes with its two neighbors will take time to resolve. Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh told parliament that India and Pakistan have made significant progress in the peace process that began last year, but the two countries need to build trust and confidence before their differences can be finally resolved. Mr. Singh's comments came just days after he held talks with Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf in New Delhi. Prime Minister Singh also said ties between the two have acquired a "global and strategic" character. But he cautioned that settling territorial claims with Beijing also will take time. India and China this month agreed to what they called "guiding principles" to resolve their long-running border dispute.