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Talking to reporters here, Mr. Khanna said going by past experience it was difficult to trust Pakistan as it could not keep its commitments and assurances ``made to us.''
He said Pakistan had so far followed the strategy to create disturbances and problems before India and had also been encouraging cross-border terrorism.
However, India was willing to re-establish good relations with it as ``our country has always been striving on the policy of good and friendly relations with neighbouring countries,'' he said.
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