"We've been very clear that we want to see accountability and justice in the case of the Mumbai attacks," State Department Deputy Spokesman Mark Toner told reporters on Tuesday.
"There were American citizens who lost their lives in those terrible attacks. We've long encouraged and pushed for greater counter-terrorism cooperation, and that includes the sharing of intelligence between India and Pakistan in that regard," Toner said in response to a question.
"We're making our concerns clear that they need to go after all the terrorist groups that are operating or seeking haven in their soil. And that's been our clear objective for a long time now. We've seen progress but we need to see more," he added.