ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: The prime minister\u2019s adviser on national security and foreign affairs Sartaj Aziz has said that all issues including Kashmir and India's interference inside Pakistan will be discussed during the Indian foreign secretary S. Jaishankar visit to Pakistan. It would be the first high-level visit since relations between Pakistan and India soured last year after New Delhi unilaterally called off the foreign secretary level talks in August. On Friday at a briefing in New Delhi, the Indian foreign ministry spokesman Syed Akbaruddin said that S. Jaishankar will travel to Islamabad where India will push its agenda during bilateral meetings with officials. "The foreign secretary will visit all SAARC countries including Pakistan," Akbaruddin was quoting as saying by a foreign news agency. However, the spokesman did not give specific dates about foreign secretary\u2019s visit to Pakistan. Talking to media, Sartaj Aziz further said that the United States and other countries recognize that India has not done good to unilaterally call off the foreign secretary level talks last year. He said that the world community is urging both the countries to move forward on the dialogue process. The adviser stressed the need for meaningful and serious dialogue between the two rivals to resolve all outstanding issues. In addition, he said that progress has already been made on issues like Sir Creek and Siachen.