ISLAMABAD - Prime Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani has reiterated that Pakistan would share information with Interpol about Mumbai attacks and ensure transparent, prompt and professional investigation of the incident. The Prime Minister said this while talking to Secretary General, Interpol, Ronald K Noble who called on him at the Prime Minister House on Saturday. The Prime Minister also said that the cooperation in the investigation would help ensure peace and security in the region. He hoped that India would respond positively and provide substantial evidence and other relevant material to the FIA for successful prosecution of the Mumbai attacks' culprits in Pakistan. Secretary General, Interpol, Ronald K Noble thanked the Prime Minister for graciously inviting him during the last meeting on the sidelines of the Davos, Switzerland, in order to share the latest progress on the Mumbai terror attacks investigations, being carried out by the Pakistan Federal Investigation Agency. Secretary General, Interpol, was highly appreciative of the transparency shown by the political leadership of Pakistan for prompt and professional probe into the Mumbai attacks, followed by the registration of criminal case against the perpetrators and those who had helped them in planning the attacks. He thanked the government of Pakistan for sharing information that had been sent to the government of India on February 12, 2009, along with a set of pertinent questions, to be answered soon by the Indian authorities, for finalisation of the investigation and successful prosecution of the culprits in Pakistan. He also lauded Pakistan's utilisation of Interpol's global network and databases.