NEW DELHI (APP) - Indian External Affairs Minister SM Krishna said on Wednesday that India will certainly keep talking with Pakistan on resolving issues. "But, at the same time we expect Pakistan to come out with certain concrete measures which are visible so that the people in India and the world at large will realise that Pakistan is serious about punishing those culprits and reassuring India that such incidents (Mumbai attacks) will not again occur, Krishna said while briefing newsmen here on Wednesday. India is waiting for concrete action by Pakistan, he said. He said both countries are working to fix date and venue for a meeting between their foreign secretaries, as directed by the Indian Prime Minister and the Pakistan President. The stated position of India remains consistent that we are not afraid to talk to Pakistan, Krishna said when asked whether the recent meeting between Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and President Asif Zardari in Russia followed by the meeting between the Foreign Ministers indicated a thaw in relations. To another question, Krishna said it is on record that the political leadership of India and Pakistan is going to meet in Sharm-el Shaikh. Prime Ministers of both the countries will meet in Sharm-el Shaikh in Egypt on the sidelines of NAM slated for July 15.