Islamabad, Jul 16: External Affairs Ministers of India and Pakistan were not optimistic about major improvements in Indo-Pak relationship.
Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna and his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mehmood Qureshi started talks on Thursday, Jul 15 and termed the talks useful and promised to continue the process of improving their relationship.
Buy both the ministers avoided giving details on how they plan to tackle major obstacles to outstanding problems.
SM Krishna told that the foreign ministers level talks were just a beginning and this will enable the two countries to develop a better understanding.
"I am going back with the hope these will be further investigated based on the leads given by Headly, and as I've said in my statement that, if it could help to unravel the conspiracy and if it could help in trying to go after the perpetrators of the Mumbai attack, perhaps that could be the biggest confidence building measure that could be taken," said Krishna.