On board special aircraft, July 21 (ANI): External Affairs Minister S.M Krishna said on Tuesday that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) should take serious note of David Coleman Headley revelations vis-à-vis the 26/11 attacks on Mumbai.
Interacting with media aboard his aircraft while returning from Kabul where he had gone to attend an international donor conference on Afghanistan, Krishna said: ""Headley's revelations cannot be brushed under the carpet. I think whatever Headley has said to the FBI has to be taken serious note of by all those who are involved, and then, concerns of India has to be addressed."
He further said the problematic aspects of Indian-Pakistan relations couldn't be solved in one or two meetings.
"It was not a dialogue, which could be over in one sitting. I think there has to be continuity for the dialogue because the nature of the problem is that we have inherited over the last twenty years, sixty years for that matter, cannot be resolved by one dialogue, two dialogue or three dialogues," he added.
He also said that to keep the talks going on between India and Pakistan, he had invited the Pakistan Foreign Minister SM Qureshi during the later part of the year.
"I have invited Qureshi to visit India in the later part of the year, and so, I am looking forward to that. So, that we take it up from where we left off in Islamabad," he added.
The conference at Kabul that Krishna attended was a follow-up to a similar conference that was held in London in January this year, where the representatives had gathered to renew their countries' support to Afghanistan. By Mrityunjay Singh (ANI)