Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf has arrived in London for talks with Prime Minister Tony Blair on terrorism, trade and the situation in Afghanistan.

General Musharraf traveled from Washington where he met with President Bush. During his visit he said the search for al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden has gone completely cold.

In an interview published Sunday General Musharraf says Pakistani forces are aggressively pursuing Osama bin Laden, but have only been able to determine that he is still alive.

Mr. Musharraf says the United States must share responsibility for the failure to track him down because the U.S.-led coalition does not have enough troops in neighboring Afghanistan.

During his visit, Mr. Bush said "there is nobody more dedicated" to tracking down Osama bin Laden than Mr. Musharraf.