Pakistan's foreign minister says his country is willing to be flexibile in resolving the dispute over Kashmir, but he said Pakistan will not make unilateral concessions to India.
Khursheed Kasuri said Thursday the flexibility must be mutual and bilateral between Pakistan and India -- or the dispute over Kashmir will continue "for another 100 years."
He also said continuing the current policy of no war--no peace with India is not good for Pakistan, Kashmiris, South Asians or Indian Muslims.
Earlier this week, Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf said his country and India must change their positions on Kashmir, which the two nations claim in its entirety.
The general said the nuclear-armed neighbors should consider making areas of Kashmir independent, placing them under joint Indian-Pakistani control, or putting them under the United Nations.