A two-day meeting of Indian envoys has begun in New Delhi on Monday to discuss situation after Mumbai attacks. The conference, with foreign policy issues on agenda, comes in the wake of last month's Mumbai terror attacks. External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee will inaugurate the conference that will see over 120 Ambassadors and High Commissioners in attendance. Such kind of gathering is taking place for the first time since the UPA came to power in 2004. Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is also expected to address the meet on the concluding day. Dr Singh as also Mukherjee is expected to tell the envoys about how they should present India in the present global scenario when terrorism and financial crisis are posing greatest challenges to the world. The Prime Minister and the External Affairs Minister are further expected to outline the steps that India has taken to improve ties with Pakistan. The intent is that the envoys should highlight these aspects in the countries where they are posted as part of efforts to build pressure on Pakistan.