Terming terror infrastructure in Pakistan as the "greatest danger" to the entire world, India on Monday said the efforts made by the international community to deal with the situation are "not enough" and New Delhi will use "all measures" necessary to tackle the problem. Slamming Pakistan for not keeping its promise of ending cross-border terrorism, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee said India is "not closing any options". Mukherjee said the Mumbai strikes and the attack on Kabul Embassy show that terrorism emanating from Pakistan is "acquiring an increasingly dangerous dimension and continues to threaten peace and stability in this region and beyond." Addressing a conference of Indian Ambassadors and High Commissioners here, he said India has sought the support of the international community to put pressure on Pakistan to "deal effectively" with terrorism. India has highlighted that the infrastructure of terrorism in Pakistan has to be dismantled permanently, he told the first-of-its-kind conclave being held in the backdrop of a fresh chill in relations between New Delhi and Islamabad. "We are not saying this because we are affected but because we believe that it will be good for the entire world and also for Pakistani people and society," he underlined. Describing the terrorist infrastructure in Pakistan as the "greatest terrorist danger to peace and security of the entire civilised world," Mukherjee said "there has been some effort so far by the international community but this is not enough."