Pakistan has proposed a Schengen-like visa system for South Asia. At the SAARC ministerial meeting, Pakistan Foreign Minister Hina Rabbani Khar was said to have proposed an open visa system for the SAARC region, saying she had the backing of her entire establishment. Bangladesh was learnt to have backed the Pakistani proposal. India and Pakistan discussed the issue of terrorism, with New Delhi underlining that justice for the victims of the 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks was not a "lost cause". Pakistan brought up the issue of sending a judicial commission to India in connection with the attacks. Khar was learnt to have told Indian External Affairs Minister S M Krishna that Pakistan had lost almost 30,000 lives due to terrorism and it was in everyone's interest to have a "safe and secure" region. Seeking to build on "positive indications" from Islamabad's decision on granting MFN status to India and reducing the trust deficit, Krishna discussed with Khar the entire gamut of bilateral issues including terrorism. "Terrorism continues to be the focal point of India's dialogue process with Pakistan. So when we discuss bilateral issues, we certainly factor terror and its various ramifications," Krishna said after the meeting. The bonhomie between the two sides was evident from the fact that Krishna and Khar had three meetings in the day - one was over coffee during a break at the SAARC ministerial meeting and another over lunch with their Afghanistan counterpart. Khar, on her part, said "Relations with India are complex and complicated and we want tomorrow to lead today rather than yesterday to define," she said.