ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani on Thursday ruled out the possibility of any clash between the State institutions. 'These are mere speculations. We respect all the institutions. Restoration of the Constitution is evidence to prevent the institutional clash, he said while responding to reporters questions about stand-off between the judiciary and the executive, shortly after inaugurating photo exhibition on 50 years of Pakistan in UN Peace Keeping Operations here. Chief of Army Staff General Ashfaq Parvez Kiyani, senior Pakistan Army and Pakistan Air Force officers, diplomats and City elite attended the function. When asked whether he plans to have another meeting with the Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry to tackle the mounting tension between the judiciary and the executive, Prime Minister said you could expect such a development any time. When asked about the US curbs on Pakistans military and civil assistance, Gilani said that the government and the Armed Forces were on the same page on this issue. He was of the view that Pakistan and the US are strategic partners but both have differences on certain issues. Answering a question regarding result of the recent Pakistan-India Foreign Ministerial talks, he said let the Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar return ,adding, that Pakistans view point on all the issues was very clear. 'We want to build our relations with India on the basis of mutual respect and mutual interests, he said. 'Relations between India and Pakistan could continue only on the basis of equality, he added. Earlier, addressing the function, he said that Pakistan rejects hegemony of any State in the region ,adding, that Pakistan has principled stand on increasing number of members of the UN Security Council and hoped that reservations of the regional countries would be taken into account by the UN while undertaking its reforms programme. He said that Pakistan desires cooperation of the international community in its efforts to fight militancy, adding, that Pakistan has suffered the most in its endeavours against fighting terrorism both in terms of causalties and economic losses. Without naming the United States, he called upon the allies in war against terror for taking Pakistans sensitivities into account. Pakistan has contributed 1,37,000 troops to the UN peacekeeping operations during the past 50 years with great honour and dignity and has earned great respect from the UN in this regard. Earlier, Prime Minister inaugurated the photo exhibition on 50 years of Pakistan in UN peacekeeping operations.