NEW DELHI - Pakistan’s foreign secretary is in India for talks likely to be dominated by terrorism and security issues.

His visit comes days after India repeated accusations of Pakistani involvement in the 2008 terror attacks in its financial hub Mumbai. Pakistani Foreign Secretary Jalil Abbas Jilani arrived in New Delhi Tuesday promising India support in its fight against terrorism. He called on New Delhi to share all information regarding a key suspect Abu Jundal who Indian officials say has revealed that the 2008 Mumbai siege was coordinated in Pakistan with state support.

“We have requested the Indian government to share us with evidence and we will extend every possible cooperation,” Jilani said. “Criminals are criminals in Pakistan and they are criminals in India. Anyone who indulges in terrorism, we consider him or her a terrorist.”

Pakistan has denied any involvement in India’s worst ever terror strike that killed 166 people.  While upping the ante, India decided to give a dossier on Lashkar-e-Taiba operative Jundal to Pakistan.

According to Ministry of Home Affairs officials, India has decided to share a copy of Jundal’s passport and identity card with the Pakistan Foreign Secretary Jilani during talks on Wednesday.  After reaching New Delhi, Foreign Secretary Jilani said he has been “mandated” by his leadership to move the peace process forward and was looking forward to a “very constructive” dialogue with his Indian counterpart.

“Let me tell you that I have brought a message of goodwill, peace and prosperity from the people of Pakistan for the people of India and the leadership of India....I am looking forward to a very constructive dialogue with my counterpart Ranjan Mathai,” Jilani said. Jilani also said, “I have been mandated by the leadership to move this peace process forward.”

“During our talks, we will discuss peace and security, Jammu and Kashmir and promotion of friendly exchanges,” Jilani said.

Jilani was received at the airport by Pakistan’s High Commission to New Delhi Salman Bashir, officers of the High Commission and Joint Secretary (PAI) in the Ministry of External Affairs of Government of India YK Sinha.

Jalil’s visit further aims to wrap up the last round of bilateral talks on trade, visa, Siachen and the Sir Creek disputes.