New Delhi, Feb 5: India has proposed foreign secretary-level talks with Pakistan to discuss all issues, including terrorism.
Sources said counter-terrorism measures would be a part of the talks and India would enter the discussions with an open mind.
According to sources, the talks between the two countries were not a resumption of the composite dialogue, which was suspended after the Nov 2008 Mumbai terror attacks.
After 26/11, India had made it clear that the composite dialogue would resume only when Pakistan brings the Mumbai terror plotters to justice.
The offer of foreign secretary-level talks comes even as Union Home Minister P Chidambaram prepares to travel to Pakistan on Feb 26 to attend the SAARC Interior Ministers' Conference.