Speaking to reporters, Chidambaram said, "Pending 26/11 issues will be discussed at the Indo-Pak talks."
The foreign secretaries of India and Pakistan are meeting in New Delhi on Feb 25.
He said that the government was still preparing the list of issues that will be raised at the meeting.
Chidambaram also indicated that he would be attending the SAARC home ministers' meeting in Islamabad.
"If and when it is held, the present position of the government is that we are attending," he said.
India had suspended the composite dialogue with Pakistan following the Nov 26, 2008 terror strikes in Mumbai.