Indian External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna on Tuesday said that India will continue to discuss the issue of terrorism with Pakistan in the upcoming Foreign Minister level talks and seek to know about the progress made in the trial of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks accused. Talking to reporters on board while returning to India after paying five-day visit to African countries, Krishna said: We would like to talk to Pakistan on a number of concerns that we have. Of course, the primary concern would continue to be the terror that emanates from Pakistan. So, I will continue to talk about 26/11 Mumbai attacks and would find out at what stage the trial of accused in the Mumbai attacks is. Krishna also said that he would also take up issues like trade, people to people movement, student movements, teachers exchange and anything else they can come up with during his talks in Islamabad. Expressing satisfaction over the ongoing talks between India and Pakistan, Krishna said that these talks are aimed at creating better understanding between the two neighbouring countries. Krishna is scheduled to hold talks with his Pakistani counterpart Shah Mehmood Qureishi on July 15. India stopped the composite dialogue with Pakistan following the Mumbai terror attack on November 26, 2008. However, the recent foreign secretary level meeting between India and Pakistan paved way for both the countries to reduce trust-deficit to some extent. Quoting Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh on Pakistan, Krishna said, The Prime Minister has very rightly put it that reducing the trust deficit, which seems to have mounted over a period of time, is what needs to be done. The recent meeting between the two Prime Ministers created somewhat an atmosphere where we can discuss with Pakistan without any inhibitions. Reacting to reports in a section of newspapers about the Sections imposed on the terrorist outfit in Pakistan, Krishna said, We are awaiting greater details. On Pakistan raising the issue of human rights in Kashmir, Krishna said: In Kashmir, we have held elections after elections and throughout the country human rights are protected. Human rights are sacred to India and that has been ensured by the judiciary. If there are instances where there are human rights violations, there are agencies within our own country, which have been created to ensure perpetuation of human rights. But law and order cannot be questioned in the name of human rights, he added. Krishna would leave for Islamabad on July 14. (ANI)