"In the aftermath of a terror attack, if you ask me what do you give priority to, a terrorist attack or a diplomatic dialogue, I think the answer should be obvious," Foreign Secretary S Jaishankar said.
He was replying to a question during an interactive session at the Raisina Dialogue -- a conclave on geo-economics and geo-politics -- on whether FS talks between the two countries were linked to action by Pakistan on information given to it by India on Pathankot terror attack.
Jaishankar said both the countries were in touch with each other following the Pathankot attack, primarily at the level of National Security Advisers and to a certain extent between him and his Pakistani counterpart. The Foreign Secretary said "parallel processes" are at works.


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