ISLAMABAD - Pakistan on Thursday told India that a court of law decreed the defunct Jamaat-ud-Dawas chief Hafiz Saeeds release but the matter was being examined legally with a view to filing an appeal against the decision. The Indian High Commissioner called on Foreign Secretary Salman Bashir to discuss the ongoing investigations into the Mumbai terror attack, according to a foreign office statement. The Foreign Secretary conveyed to the High Commissioner that terrorism was a regional issue that required pragmatic cooperation. Pakistans determination to eliminate terrorism in its all forms and manifestations was unequivocal and beyond question, he said, adding that the way forward was to adopt a cooperative mode. It is our expectation that the government of India will adopt an objective and positive approach to deal with this and other issues, he said. Foreign Secretary Salman said that on Mumbai terrorist attacks, Pakistan had taken concrete steps including the arrest of a number of suspects. To carry the judicial process forward, Pakistan was awaiting information from India. New Delhi had responded to our queries on May 20. Bulk of the information provided was in language other than English, he said. However, he said India had agreed to provide the English translation. As regards Hafiz Saeeds release , the Foreign Secretary pointed out that the court decreed it. The matter was being examined legally with a view to filing an appeal, he added. The Foreign Secretary also underscored the need for utilising the existing mechanisms between DGMOs to address each others concerns on matters relating to LOC. He wished the government and people of India well and hoped that both countries would be able to work towards better relations.