THIMPU, Bhutan, (Agencies) In a first official indication of a possible meeting between the prime ministers of India and Pakistan here, External Affairs Minister SM Krishna on Monday said the bilateral meeting could not be ruled out. I am not ruling it out, Krishna said when asked if Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will meet his Pakistani counterpart Yousuf Raza Gilani during his visit here for the SAARC summit to be held on April 28 to 29. Observing that heads of states and governments are going to be under the same roof for the next couple of days for the multilateral meeting, the minister said there will be a number of bilateral meetings during the period. Lets wait and watch, how things are going to work out, he said, adding all bilateral issues between India and Pakistan will be discussed as and when the Prime Ministers meet. On the issue of Ajmal Kasab, Krishna said India would examine Pakistans request seeking the testimony of Indian officials who recorded 26/11 gunman Ajmal Kasabs confessional statement after legal formalities end in the trial of the lone gunman captured alive in the 26/11 Mumbai attack. Islamabads request for handing over Kasab could not be entertained till the trial is completed, he added. We have to complete our legal formalities first and then we can examine Pakistans request, he said. He was responding to a question about Islamabads request for three Indian officials, two magistrates and an investigator to be allowed to travel to Pakistan to testify that they had recorded Kasabs statement. The matter will be examined in consultation with other ministries and departments, Krishna said, adding that he had received the dossiers from Pakistan with the request Sunday night but had no time to go through it. Ahead of a likely meeting between Singh and Gilani on the sidelines of the SAARC summit, Pakistan Sunday handed over six dossiers to India. These included a request to hand over 26/11 terrorists Kasab and Fahim Ansari.