New Delhi: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Thursday made it clear that there have to be "suitable outcomes" for his undertaking a visit to Pakistan.

In an interview, Singh said he was looking forward to visiting neighbour Pakistan, though there have to be "suitable outcomes" for such a visit.

The Prime Minister's comments have come at a time when Foreign Secretary-level talks between the two countries concluded on Thursday with the Indian side saying in unambiguous terms that bringing to justice the guilty in the Mumbai terror attacks would be the biggest confidence-building measure for improving the relations between the two countries.

President Asif Ali Zardari had during his visit to India earlier this year extended an invitation to the Prime Minister to visit Pakistan.

(Agencies)

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