Amritsar: In an attempt to give new spin to Indo-Pak relation after the recent triple blasts in Mumbai, the Foreign Ministers of India and Pakistan will be meeting on Wednesday to talk on the much conflicting Kashmir issue.

On his visit to India with a five-member delegation, Pakistan Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir categorically said, Pakistan will be giving full support to India in fighting against terrorism.

Addressing a press conference, Bashir said, “Kashmir is the bone of contention between the two nations. In the meeting of Foreign Minister of India S M Krishna and Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani the K-issue will be discussed at large.”

Lambasting the Mumbai terror attacks, he said, “Pakistan will stand with India in fight against terror.” As Pakistan is also suffering from the same problem, he said, it could understand the pain of a terror-torn nation.

However, on being asked about the voice samples of the accused of Mumbai attacks, he said, “This information is under Home Minister’s domain.”

(JPN/Bureau)