On Board to Kuwait, Feb.4 (ANI): Indian External Affairs Minister S.M.Krishna on Wednesday said any step taken by Pakistan in the investigation of Mumbai terror attack incident would facilitate things for India to hold normal business with Pakistan.
Talking to media persons on board while going to Kuwait on a two-day visit on Wednesday, Krishna said: "Any step forwarded in the direction of Pakistan also investigating into the Mumbai attack will certainly make it easier for India to carry on normal business with Pakistan." n Union Home Minister P.Chidambaram's expected visit to Islamabad to attend the SAARC interior ministers' conference scheduled from February 26 to 28, Krishna said: "Perhaps that visit also, because it is going to be a conference multilateral in nature and I think Mr. Chidambaram will get a chance to have very useful exchanges with his counterpart and other leaders in Pakistan."
On Tuesday, in New Delhi, talking about Pakistan's efforts towards bringing perpetrators of 26/11 to justice, Krishna reinforced India's stance saying the country expects that based on the dossiers provided from Indian side on the 26/11 attacks, Pakistan would investigate further.
"In our previous dialogue, focus has always been on terror and terror instrumentalities which will continue. The talks with Pakistan, the doors were never shut but in our previous dialogues he focus has obviously been on terror, on terror ...in Pakistan to be dismantled. This remains the focal point of our dialogue with Pakistan," Krishna stated on the sidelines of the 60th anniversary of the Fulbright programme in India. By Ravinder Singh Robin (ANI)