"We have also read assurances on terrorism by Pakistan. I hope they deliver," MEA spokesperson Vikas Swarup said.
"Terrorism naturally comes to mind when talking about Pakistan. The US-Pak joint statement devotes much space to it," the MEA spokesperson said while addressing media.
His statement has come when Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif who is in US on 4-day visit made promises to take action against United Nations-designated terrorist individuals and entities, including Lashkar-e-Taiba and its affiliates.
It was announced in a joint statement after meeting between US President Obama and Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif
Swarup also mentioned that India is ready for NSA-level talks with Pakistan as decided in Ufa on the side lines of SCO summit in July.