Pak's response on India's 'wishlist' on 26/11 'critical' for 'substantive movement': Salman Khurshid
What Islamabad has done so far about it is "not to our satisfaction", he saidwhile taking stock of the Indo-Pak ties in the year gone by.
Khurshid did not see controversial statements made by Pakistan Interior Minister Rehman Malik while in India recently as a "setback" in the dialogue process.
What is said or what gesture is made is not "critical", he said.
"I don't see it as a setback at all. But I do believe and (what) we all believe in this country is that dialogue will move smoothly, faster and in a right direction provided the wishlist lying with Pakistan given by India as far as Mumbai tragedy is concerned is responded to. That is a critical thing, not what is said, not what gesture is made.
"Ultimately it is the delivery of the fundamental aspects that are required to be fulfilled...Unless that is done, we will not have substantive movement. And it has not been done to satisfaction," the minister said.
Asked about delay in Pakistan granting Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India, Khurshid said India will do whatever needs to be done to persuade them to move on this.
"We believe that it should have been done. We will do whatever needs to be done to persuade them that we should now be able to do it. It is not something