NEW DELHI: Pakistan Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani on Tuesday said that Islamabad will support India in its fight against terrorism.
The official, who reached Wagah border at 12 noon on Tuesday, said, "Pakistan will support India in its fight against terrorism."
When asked whether there was any likelihood of Indian prisoner Sarabjit Singh being released any time soon, Jilani said, "The External Affairs ministries of both the countries are in touch with each other over the Sarabjit issue... They will decide..."
Meanwhile, on the raging issue of the arrest of key 26/11 Mumbai attacks accused Abu Jundal, he said that India must share all evidence and information about him with Pakistan.
Jilani's talks with his Indian counterpart Ranjan Mathai will have his arrest as one of the top agenda. Jundal had reportedly revealed Pakistan's involvement in the November 2008 terror attacks. This is expected to be raised by New Delhi.
Jalil's visit further aims to wrap up the last of round of bilateral talks on trade, visa, Siachen and the Sir Creek dispute.
Jilani's first meeting will be with Hurriyat leaders including Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, a move which is not likely to go down well with New Delhi. His meeting with Indian Foreign Secretary Ranjan Mathai will take place on Wednesday.