NEW DELHI: Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said he will visit Pakistan only after some concrete steps are taken in the India-Pakistan relations, DawnNews reported on Wednesday.
"He (Gilani) said when are you coming there (Pakistan). So, I said let us do something solid so that we can celebrate," the Times of India quoted Singh.
Speaking to media representatives after attending the second nuclear summit in Seoul, the Indian foreign secretary said that the Prime Minister Singh wants to visit Pakistan.
“When Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani asked Singh about his plans to visit Pakistan, Indian premier showed his willingness for the visit and said that he wants to make some concrete developments in the India-Pakistan relationship which would make people of both countries happy,” the foreign secretary added
"Singh had a very good meeting with the Prime Minister Gilani," the Indian foreign secretary stated, "He also commended Pakistan for granting India the status of Most Favoured Nation (MFN) ."